Police: Manchester man, asleep at car wash, arrested on drug charges
October 10. 2017 9:26AM
MANCHESTER — A city man faces several drug charges after police said an officer found him asleep in the corner of the parking lot at a Candia Road car wash Sunday.
An officer had been called to the Circle T car wash, 2170 Candia Road, about 4:15 to investigate a suspicious person, police said. Donald Glidden, 24, was asleep in an older Jeep Cherokee with the driver’s door slightly ajar and items strewn about the front of the truck, police said. An officer said he appeared to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
According to a release, the officer saw hypodermic needles and a plastic bag inside the partially open center console before Glidden agreed to a search of the Jeep. Found inside were 14.6 grams of heroin, four OxyContin, two amphetamine and four cyclobenzaprine pills, a spoon and multiple needles, police said.
Glidden was charged with three counts of possession of a controlled drug and possession of a prescription drug, police said. He was placed on a 72-hour probation hold and was scheduled to appear in Hillsborough County Superior Court on Tuesday.