Bensalem, PA. — On Wednesday, Dec 20, 2017 at approximately 9:28 a.m., a questionable trek was found by Bensalem School District employees in the back parking lot of Cecilia Snyder Middle School. District crew told Bensalem Police who detected the trek contained 4 “bricks” of heroin. The heroin had already been finished for sale. The bag contained approximately 10,000 dose units of heroin. The street value is estimated at $100,000.00.
Since that date, Bensalem Narcotics officers have been conducting an examination to brand the source of the heroin. Through successive examination and a examination of video notice at Cecilia Snyder Middle School it was schooled that a tan Toyota Corolla with New Jersey registration was in the area where the schoolbag was recovered. Further examination led investigators to control a traffic stop on the aim car in Bensalem Township on Jan 10, 2018 at 8:50 p.m. This traffic stop, total with prior inquisitive efforts, directly led to the temperament and detain of 26 year old Natasha Willis, from Bensalem. Willis certified to possessing and accidently fixation the bag outward of her car behind the school on Dec 20, 2017.
Natasha Willis was charged with possession with vigilant to broach narcotics and associated offenses. She was arraigned by District Justice Falcone and bail was set at $750,000.00 (10%). Willis was incited over to PA Constables and ecstatic to the Bucks County Correction Facility.
Police contend the heroin was not dictated for the school and at no time were students placed in risk due to the discerning movement of school district crew and police.