Apparent fight in corporate parking lot leads to drug discovery | News
Two people were arrested on suspicion of drug dealing and assault after unrest on Thursday night.
Capt. Michael Bauer said Norfolk police were called to 2400 W. Pasewalk Ave. around 6 p.m. Thursday for a disturbance. A witness was on the phone with dispatch and said he saw a man and a woman physically fighting in the parking lot near their vehicle.
The two men got into the vehicle and drove off. The witness followed and could see the man and woman continuing to hit each other inside the vehicle as they drove down the road, Bauer said. The witness followed the suspect vehicle until officers made contact with them in the 1400 block of Omaha Avenue.
The driver was identified as Chelsea Carman, 26, of Oakdale, and the passenger was identified as Dennis Wilson, 30, of Norfolk. Both were hurt by the apparent mutual aggression. During a search of Wilson, officers reportedly located several small bags of suspected methamphetamine. Wilson was arrested on suspicion of possession of a controlled substance and third-degree domestic assault.
Officers then located a pill, discovered to be Adderall, in a clear plastic bag in the center console, Bauer said. Officers spoke to Carman about the pill and learned that she did not have a prescription for the drug. Carman was arrested on suspicion of possession of a controlled substance and third degree domestic assault.
She was housed in Norfolk City Jail, then moved to Madison County Jail.
According to court documents obtained by the Daily News, Wilson has a case pending in Madison County District Court in which he is charged with third degree domestic assault – third offence, possession of methamphetamine and possession of LSD.