Nevada woman allegedly checks out of airport hotel, leaving oxycodone behind
A Nevada woman who allegedly left a large quantity of oxycodone pills in a hotel room near Logan International Airport is scheduled to appear in East Boston District Court today, State Police said.
Ana Prado, 26, of Henderson, Nev., allegedly left the drugs at the Hyatt Regency after she checked out Friday, State Police said in a statement.
A housekeeper found two latex gloves, along with a large amount of pills believed to be oxycodone, State Police said.
State troopers from Logan seized the drugs and noted that Prado was the last guest to have used the room, State Police said.
Hotel staff called troopers hours later, saying Prado had returned, looking to get back into the hotel room to recover medications she had left behind, State Police said
Prado was taken into custody and booked at the State Police barracks at Logan.
She was charged with trafficking a Class B substance and was held without bail, State Police said.Melissa Werthmann can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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