Nathaniel Glavin and Vanessa Lazaro, both homeless, chewed out the man before attacking him and after that harming his vehicle, cops state.
PORTLAND, Maine– Cops in Portland jailed 2 individuals after they allegedly attacked an
out-of-state motorist on Congress St. Friday. A male driving an automobile with a Vermont license plate had come to a stop when police say he was attacked by a man and a lady who yelled at him that he shouldn’t be in the state and
then damaged his vehicle. Police state fortunately the male was not injured.
41-year-old Nathaniel Glavin and 22-year-old Vanessa Lazaro, who are both homeless, were discovered and jailed quickly after. After being positioned in the back of a patrol car, Lazaro was then taken to the health center because she tried to damage a bag containing a mix of Fentanyl and Methamphetamine by consuming it, police state. According to journalism release she is still being treated at Maine Medical Center and will be taken to the Cumberland County Jail when she is launched.
Vanessa Lazaro will be Charged with: Trafficking Arrange W Drug – Class B
(2.9 GGW Fentanyl/ Meth)Wrongdoer Mischief-Class D Assault-Class
- D Falsifying physical evidence-Class
- D Nathaniel Glavin was charged with:
- Assault-Class D Bad Guy Mischief-Class D Unlawful belongings-Class E Falsifying Physical Evidence-Class D Unlawful ownership of Oxycodone -Class C Trafficking Arrange W Drug-Class B Unlawful Belongings of Set Up W Drug(Methamphetamine)-Class C Illegal Belongings of Arrange W (Drug Base) – Class C