Cops: Man arrested with overdose victim in car

Adam Geier, 31, of North Bellmore faces felony

Adam Geier, 31, of North Bellmore faces felony drug charges after he was arrested Friday night while driving with an unconscious woman who was suffering and overdose and nearly two dozen Xanax and oxycodone pills in his lap, Nassau County police said. (May 3, 2013) (Credit: NCPD)

A suspected North Bellmore drug addict dragged an unconscious woman down the stairs of his house, loaded her into his car and drove her around as she overdosed, according to police.

A tipster's call that "a woman, possibly deceased" was dragged and "put into a 2010 Volkswagen" led to a traffic stop about 11:30 p.m. Friday, Nassau police said Saturday.

Adam S. Geier, 31, was arrested and charged with third-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance and third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, both felonies.


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Police said Xanax and oxycodone pills, many in Geier's lap, were among the drugs found during the stop; in the front passenger seat, the woman was unconscious and overdosing.

Geier is charged with the drug-sale felony because he admitted giving three of the pills to another person, according to court papers.

Geier, appearing haggard at his first court appearance Saturday, wasn't required to enter a plea. Judge Martin Massell of District Court in Hempstead ordered him held on $50,000 cash or $100,000 bond bail. Prosecutor Jhounelle Cunningham had requested $60,000.

His next court date in the case is Tuesday. Court-appointed defense attorney Yolanda Guerra said Geier has been in drug treatment and was due to start a new program next week.

Geier is a lifelong Nassau resident who lives with his family, Guerra said. She said he's worked "on and off" on the golf staff of a Cold Spring Harbor country club and has a master's degree in exercise science.

The 43-year-old female passenger was taken to a hospital, where she was treated and discharged.

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