Heather Giblin, Charles Christopher: Duo attempted to sell 52 hydromorphone pills to detectives

PORT ST. LUCIE - Port St. Lucie Police arrested two Jensen Beach residents Friday after they attempted to sell 52 pills of hydromorphone to detectives in a Sam’s Club parking lot.

Heather Giblin, 34, and Charles Christopher, 47, were both arrested at 10900 South U.S. Highway 1.

The duo agreed to meet undercover detectives in the parking lot in exchange for $800 for the pills and gas money, according to Port St. Lucie Police spokesman Master Sgt. Frank Sabol.

After the transaction, police arrested the pair and found more pills, syringes and a spoon with residue in Giblin’s purse, an arrest report says.

Giblin is charged with possession of a controlled substance without prescription, trafficking in opium or a derivative 4 grams to under 30 kilograms, possession of drug paraphernalia, unlawful use of two-way communications and violation of probation for obtaining substance by fraud, according to the report. She remained in St. Lucie County Jail Monday afternoon with $94,500 bond, a jail official said.

Christopher is charged with trafficking in opium or a derivative 4 grams to under 30 kilograms and resisting an officer with violence, according to an arrest report.

Giblin remained in St. Lucie County Jail late Monday afternoon with $94,500 bond and Christopher remained there with $78,500 bond, a jail official said.


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