published Wednesday, May 8th, 2013

Urine not mine, Tennessee woman tells deputy

Grainger County Deputy Nathan Cook was on a routine drug paraphernalia investigation Sunday when he found the bottle in the bedroom on Rocky Springs Road in Bean Station.

Raven Dawn Collins, 32, admitted to the deputy she had a syringe in her purse but told the deputy she had found it and was going to turn it in, according to Cook’s report.

While interviewing Collins, Cook noticed a bottle in her bedroom.

Collins told him it was urine provided by her aunt so she could pass a drug test, Cook wrote. The report doesn’t say what he did with the bottle.


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