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Man Found on Floor of Easton Wawa Restroom

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EASTON, Md.– Some customers found a man lying on the floor next to a stall in a Wawa convenience store restroom Friday with a silver spoon and a hypodermic syringe next to him, according to the Easton Police Department.

Nicholas Coppage, 33, of Easton, is charged with two counts of possession of controlled dangerous substance paraphernalia.

Officers said when they responded to the store on Ocean Gateway, they found small amounts of a brown and white powdery substance on the spoon and needle. The substance was believed to be heroin, police added.

Coppage was transported by EMS to Easton Memorial Hospital. After being issued with two criminal citations on the aforementioned charges, he was released on his own recognizance.


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