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Woman arrested twice within five hours after asking police to return drugs officers seized earlier

By Mason White 12:28 PM July 13, 2017
Emily Morin
Emily Morin
By: Alexis Bell

(Scroll down for video) A woman is facing multiple charges after driving to a police station on a suspended license and demanding to get her drugs the officer seized during an earlier arrest.

Salem Police were initially called after 26-year-old Emily Morin of New Hampshire, shoplifted a sweatshirt at 11:00 a.m., at Macy’s, which is located at the Rockingham Park mall.

Officer discovered that Morin was in possession of the opioid Suboxone. When they ran her license plate, they found that her license and registration were suspended, according to the press release from Salem police Sergeant Chad Clark.

She was arrested on charges that include shoplifting, drug possession and motor vehicle violations.

Morin was released on bail of $2,500.

Around 3:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Morin and a friend returned to the Salem police headquarters, and demanded that they return the Suboxone to her.

When officers refused, and Morin got into a blue Volvo S60 in the driver’s seat. Officers confirmed that his license and registration were still suspended before ordering her to get out of the car.

Morin refused, but was forcefully removed from her vehicle, and she was handcuffed while resisting.

Morin was charged with suspension of vehicle registration, driving after revocation or suspension, resistance to arrest or detention, and breach of bail.

Her second bail was set at $5,000.