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Pregnant woman snorts heroin in treatment center

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - A Louisville woman was arrested after she was found snorting heroin in the bathroom of the Southern Indiana Treatment Center.

Rosemary Cundiff, 24, was seen in a patient bathroom about 8:45 am on February 19 and a Clark County Sheriff's deputy, working off-duty security at the facility, was alerted of the situation. Cundiff admitted to snorting the heroin off of a sink in the restroom and, according to the deputy, pulled a small, clear Ziploc bag containing a white-powder residue that was hidden in her bra.

According to the probable-cause affidavit, "She informed that was all she had and also handed me a red- colored cut piece of straw that also had the same residue."

Cundiff admitted to being seven months pregnant and was taken into the Michael L. Belcher Adult Correctional Complex. She was released the same day on her own recognizance without posting bond.

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