WORCESTER – Two people were arrested with heroin, needles, crack pipes and crack cocaine after failing to return a car they had borrowed from a neighbor, according to the Otsego County Sheriff’s Department.
Andrew J. Robinson, 20, Worcester and Victoria C. Keever, 21, Schenevus, were arrested after deputies allege that a Worcester neighbor allowed the defendants to use their vehicle to make what they believed to be a short trip to the store on Sunday, March 12, for approximately one hour. The defendants allegedly failed to return the vehicle as agreed upon, and the next day, the resident notified the Sheriff’s Office.
An investigation revealed that Robinson and Keever had allegedly taken the vehicle to Schenectady and stayed overnight and into the following afternoon. The two were stopped by Deputies as they were driving in the Village of Worcester and, during the stop, alleged to be in possession of a small quantity of heroin, crack cocaine, multiple hypodermic needles and several crack pipes.
Robinson was charged with two counts of Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the seventh degree, Unauthorized use of a Motor Vehicle and Criminally Possessing a Hypodermic Instrument. Keever was charged with Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the seventh degree and Unauthorized use of a Motor Vehicle. Both are scheduled to appear in the Town of Worcester court on March 28.