Drug Clinic Employee Drove Client to Drug Deal: Report

Wednesday, Jul 9, 2014  |  Updated 8:54 AM EDT
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Drug Clinic Employee Drove Client to Drug Deal: Report

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The assistant director of a Bridgeport drug treatment center is facing charges after police say he drove one of his clients to a drug deal.

Emille Jones allegedly gave a woman money Monday and drove her to a spot so she could buy crack, according to the Connecticut Post.

Jones, 30, is the assistant director of Connecticut Renaissance, a treatment facility in Bridgeport.

Police were conducting a surveillance operation on Thompson Street on Monday when they saw a woman get out of a the passenger side of a BMW, walked to a Hyundai parked nearby, and exchanged money for a small amount of drugs.

Police said as they approached the BMW, Jones handed them a business card and admitted to giving her money to buy the drugs, according to the Post.

The woman told officers that Jones also paid her money for sex, the paper reported.

Jones was released after posting $5,000 bond.

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