Kassandra Walker, 32, was charged with felony possession of a controlled substance by an inmate, two misdemeanor counts of possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and summary public drunkenness after the incident a Butler Dental Associates back in October. She was later found with suspected drugs while being booked into the Butler County Prison. The drugs were shoved into her ass and one bag was in her vagina. (Did she just walk around with drugs in her privates all day?)
Walker had filed a request to have the Felony charge dismissed. Judge (I bang anything that walks) Doerr denied Walker’s request to dismiss the felony and misdemeanor charges in a memorandum opinion and order issued April 20 following the April 5th hearing.
Walker, through her attorney Matthew Kalina, attempted to argue that she was immune from prosecution through the good Samaritan law. Doerr ruled that the law does not apply in the case because she refused medical treatment.
“If medical treatment for Defendant had continued with admission to the hospital, she would not have been taken into custody.