Sunday 23 Feb 2020


ACE Team: Wanted Suspect Found With Meth, Heroin

A warrant arrest turns into a meth and heroin bust. Members of the Wayne County ACE Team were serving a warrant on the 100 block of Lake Avenue in Dudley on Saturday. 34-year-old Brigette N. Skiba of Raleigh was located and arrested on probation violations.  During her arrest, Skiba was reportedly found to be in possession of illegal narcotics and drug paraphernalia.  Skiba was arrested on charges including Possession of Methamphetamine and Heroin.  She was given a $7,500 secured bond and was turned over to the Wayne County Detention Center for processing.

Brigette Nicole Skiba
CHARGES:
Possession of Methamphetamine,
Possession of Heroin,
Possession of Drug Paraphernalia,
2 Misdemeanor Probation Violations
BOND: $7,500 Secured

3 Comments

  1. bigbob says:

    You did not say anything about the soars on her face?
    Look up what goes into meth and you will know why it looks like it is eating people alive.

    Reply
  2. pyrate says:

    34 years old and meth is already starting to ruin her looks. I think law enforcement should make all meth heads smile real big for their mugshots so people can also see how meth rots your teeth out.

    Reply
    • Will says:

      You think police should make her smile? Think about what you just said. Where do you think we live? Natzi Germany. Police can’t make you do anything. Think before you type that trash.

      Reply

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