Pasco Police Couldn’t Find the Insulin, But Found a Bunch of Needles
Police couldn’t find the insulin Mark Gidley said was in the Pasco home and the reason for all the needles.
The 47-year-old man was arrested for possession of methamphetamine, possession of heroin and a Department of Corrections arrest warrant on Thursday.
Pasco officers said they were at a home in the 500 block of South Owen Avenue looking for Gidley. A “very helpful” woman insisted he was not there and police left. They left and obtained a search warrant.
“A couple doors had to be kicked and some names had to be taken. But, guess who was hiding behind one of said doors? Mark Gidley, who wasn’t there according to the female,” wrote Pasco police.
Gidley allegedly had a needle in his hand and told police is was for insulin.
Another warrant and Pasco police said they searched for the insulin only to find a lot of needles with possible heroin, baggies of meth and a few pipes.
“No insulin was found at any point during the search,” said the police.
The “helpful” woman was Robin Kerstetter, a 39-year-old Pasco resident, and she was arrested for possession of meth.