A Middletown woman was arrested twice last weekend on felony drug charges, disorderly conduct and domestic assault.
Sabrina Fry, 30, 139 Rogers Lane, was first arrested Saturday, Aug. 31 around 10:22 a.m. after she allegedly took a handful of narcotics and was reportedly trying to drive away. Police said when they arrived to her mother’s house on Woolsey Road, Fry appeared to be asleep in the car. Due to her lethargic demeanor, Middletown Fire Department said she should go to Newport Hospital for treatment. Police said she became belligerent, swore at the emergency crews and walked away. A Middletown Police officer took her to the ground by force, according to the police report. Police found cocaine and narcotics in her car. She was charged with two counts of felony drug possession and disorderly conduct.
Police were called back to the Woolsey Road home on Sunday, Sept. 1 around 11:35 p.m. for a disturbance involving Fry. She allegedly told police she was trying to get her car started so she could go home, but her car did not have gas in it so she tried to push it. She then said her mother took her keys, so she pushed her to get them back. She was charged with domestic assault.