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Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Bon Jovi's daughter hospitalized, charged after heroin overdose in NY college dorm


Police: Bon Jovi's daughter hospitalized, charged after heroin overdose in NY college dorm

Cops: Bon Jovi daughter ODs on heroin, is charged

          
Jon Bon Jovi's 19-year-old daughter was hospitalized and facing drug charges Wednesday after overdosing on heroin in a dorm at her college in upstate New York, authorities said.

FILE _ This Jan 30, 2010 file photo shows Stephanie Rose Bongiovi, daughter of rocker Jon Bon Jovi, at the annual Pre-GRAMMY Gala presented by The Recording Academy and Clive Davis in Beverly, Hills, Calif. Authorities say Jon Bon Jovi's 19-year-old daughter is hospitalized after overdosing on heroin in a...
FILE _ This Jan 30, 2010 file photo shows Stephanie Rose Bongiovi, daughter of rocker Jon Bon Jovi, at the annual Pre-GRAMMY Gala presented by The Recording Academy and Clive Davis in Beverly, Hills,...   (Associated Press)
FILE - This Dec. 7, 2011 file photo shows Stephanie Bongiovi, daughter of rocker Jon Bon Jovi, at the premiere of New Year's Eve at Ziegfeld Theatre in New York. Authorities say Jon Bon Jovi's 19-year-old daughter is hospitalized after overdosing on heroin in a dorm at her upstate New...
FILE - This Dec. 7, 2011 file photo shows Stephanie Bongiovi, daughter of rocker Jon Bon Jovi, at the premiere of "New Year's Eve" at Ziegfeld Theatre in New York. Authorities say Jon Bon Jovi's 19-year-old...   (Associated Press)

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Stephanie Bongiovi was found unresponsive by an ambulance crew sent to Hamilton College early Wednesday after a report that a female had apparently overdosed in Dunham Hall, the school's largest dorm.
Town of Kirkland police investigator Peter Cania said Bongiovi, of Red Bank, N.J., was recovering at a hospital he declined to name.
Officers sent to the dorm initially found a small amount of heroin and arrested Ian Grant, 21, also of Red Bank and a Hamilton student, according to police reports.
Investigators got a search warrant for the dorm and found heroin, marijuana and drug paraphernalia, leading to Bongiovi's arrest. Cania would not say whether the search involved her room.
Police didn't know whether Bongiovi or Grant have lawyers. Jon Bon Jovi's representative wasn't commenting Wednesday.
Bongiovi and Grant were each charged with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, a misdemeanor. Bongiovi was also charged with fourth-degree criminal possession of marijuana and criminally using drug paraphernalia, both misdemeanors, and unlawful possession of marijuana, a violation.
Both were issued tickets and ordered to appear in court at a later date.
Bon Jovi, 50, is scheduled to perform at a concert to benefit Hamilton's scholarships and arts programs in Times Square on Dec. 5.
He has four children, Stephanie and three sons.

Jon Bon Jovi's daughter will not face prosecution after allegedly overdosing on heroin in a college dorm Wednesday.
The Oneida County District Attorney's Office told TMZ no charges will be filed against 19-year-old Stephanie Bongiovi, or against the 21-year-old male student allegedly involved with her overdose. Bongiovi was arrested after being treated by emergency medical personnel following the alleged overdose at a Hamilton College dormitory. Police said they found small quantities of heroin in the dorm room, along with marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
Bongiovi was arrested for suspicion of possession of a controlled substance, possession of marijuana and criminally using drug paraphernalia. The 21-year-old was also arrested for suspected drug possession.
The D.A. said charges were dropped because of a New York law that prohibits prosecuting people experiencing a drug overdose, as well as the people who help them seek medical care.

DOES THIS MEAN YOU CAN USE HEROIN IF YOU OVERDOSE AND IF YOU DONT OVERDOSE,,THEN YOU CAN BE ARRESTED,,SURE MAKES SENSE...ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ


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