Melbourne Police Investigate After Women’s Drinks Spiked at Downtown Melbourne Bars

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separate incidents in December and January

ABOVE VIDEO: Two women reported feeling sick after consuming drinks that were spiked in separate incidents, the Melbourne Police Department said Friday.

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA (WFTV) – Two women reported feeling sick after consuming drinks that were spiked in separate incidents, the Melbourne Police Department said Friday.

Investigators said the incidents were reported in December and in January after the women went drinking with friends at downtown bars.

Police did not say with what the drinks were spiked. They said no assaults were reported and no one has been arrested.

“My girlfriend got roofied last night at a local bar. And the hospital just called back with the blood results,” someone told an emergency dispatcher.

Randy Bennett, of the Hurricane Creek Saloon, said it is important to quickly report incidents to bar staff.

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