HPD Arrests Two People After Report of Woman Passed Out in Walmart Parking Lot

Early Wednesday morning Henderson Police responded to a woman reportedly passed out in the driver's seat of a running vehicle at Wal-Mart. The vehicle was parked in a no parking zone.

36-year-old Teisha Thompson was unresponsive when found by Henderson Police. The officer says he was able to wake her, but she drifted in and out of consciousness and was drooling all over herself due to being intoxicated.

Thompson was transported to Methodist Hospital by ambulance.

26-year-old Nickolas Bosecker was identified by Wal-Mart employees as being with Thompson.

Bosecker had her purse in his cart and tried to find her ID for officers.

Officers say they could easily see hypodermic needles inside of the purse. Unopened items from the store were also allegedly found along with more needles containing a clear liquid.

Thompson was released from the hospital and charged with DUI, Shoplifting Under $500, Possession of a Controlled Substance, Prescription Controlled Substance not in Proper Container, and Illegal Possession of a Legend Drug.

Thompson was lodged at the Henderson County Detention Center.

Bosecker was found by police to be under the influence of drugs due to his inability to stand. He allegedly could not answer simple questions, and his overall behavior while inside Wal-Mart.

Bosecker was arrested on charges of Public Intoxication of a Controlled Substance and transported to the Henderson County Detention Center.

When searched by HCDC staff, measuring scales were found in his pants along with a black baggie. The baggie contained two sets of scales and two baggies containing white powder.

Bosecker refused to tell police what the substance was.

Bosecker was additionally charged with Trafficking a Controlled Substance.

He was lodged at the Henderson County Detention Center.

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