Indiana police: Woman asked officers to check her needle for meth

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PERU, Ind. -- Police arrested an Indiana woman after they say she asked officers to check her needle for methamphetamine, according to WXIN.

Police arrested 20-year-old Sammi Y. Breeden after she allegedly asked officers to check her needle for drugs. (Miami County Sheriff's Office)

Miami County central dispatch received a call about 10:40 a.m. Tuesday about a suspicious female at a residence in Peru, Ind.

Officers say they identified the female as Sammi Y. Breeden, 20, of Peru.  She told them she had been at another location in Peru earlier in the day where she had been using methamphetamine.

She said she shot up with a needle, but she didn’t think the substance was meth because it was making her feel different from her usual meth high.

Officers called an ambulance for medical assistance, and they found a needle with Breeden. She asked officers to test the contents of the needle, and they confirmed it contained meth.

She was arrested for possession of a syringe and possession of methamphetamine, and her bond was set at $10,000.