Windsor woman overdoses on 'Molly' and alleged dealer is arrested: police
Windsor police warn residents of "Molly" or MMDA capsules. (Courtesy Windsor police)
Windsor police say a Hamilton man was charged with drug trafficking after officers were called to help a 19-year-old woman who reportedly overdosed on 'Molly' capsules.
Officers were called to a residence near Patricia Road and University Avenue around 12:15 a.m.
When police arrived, paramedics were tending to the 19-year-old. A University of Windsor campus police officer on scene told Windsor police he had a man in custody.
The campus officer came upon the victim and learned that she was allegedly supplied suspected MDMA "Molly" capsules from a male suspect who was standing nearby.
The officer subsequently arrested the suspect and allegedly located a number of suspected MDMA capsules on the suspect.
Windsor police officers arrested the suspect and seized the suspected Molly capsules.
The woman was transported to hospital for treatment and released in the morning.
Kevin Accomando, 19, from Hamilton is charged with trafficking MDMA and possession of MDMA for the purpose of trafficking.
Windsor police are reminding the public of the dangers of taking MDMA "Molly" capsules, ecstasy and other non-prescribed narcotics. Some of the adverse effects include: confusion, depression, sleep difficulties, anxiety, panic attacks, nausea, teeth grinding, faintness, chills and increased blood pressure and heart rate.
Officers are urging anyone selling MDMA or ecstasy or any illegal drugs please report it to police.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Windsor police at 519-255-6700 ext. 4361, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 519-258-8477 (TIPS), online at www.catchcrooks.com, or Submit a Tip on Facebook.