A Niceville Police Department report from a Nov. 23 incident details how an officer accidentally pricked his finger with a "loaded syringe" while searching a woman's car for suspected narcotics. 

The NPD official police report says that around midnight on Nov. 23, an officer approached the vehicle of a woman, 25, in a church parking lot after she'd allegedly pulled out of a known drug house in the area. As the officer approached the woman's vehicle she stepped out and responded she was "making a phone call," Northwest Florida Daily News reports. She refused consent to a drug search but a K9 unit indicated there were drugs present after she was witnessed attempting to hide a green bottle cap.

While one of the officers was performing the search on the vehicle, he accidentally stuck himself in the finger with a "loaded syringe" going through a blue purse. A field test later revealed the substance tested positive for heroin. 

The continued search of the woman's vehicle revealed more syringes, some containing heroin and others empty. Several jewelry bags contained powdered fentanyl, Xanax pills, 10 unmarked tan capsules containgin a white powder, spoons and an electronic scale, NWF Daily News first reported. The woman admitted to not having a prescription for the Xanax pills.

She was charged with cupable negiligence, possession of controled substances without a prescription and possession of drug equipment.