A 45-year-old man has been accused of raping a woman in Pensacola after he first injected her with drugs to disable her.
Jason Healy, from Roseville, Georgia, is facing a sexual assault charge for the accident that happened in Pensacola.
Healy was extradited from the custody of the Walker County Sheriff’s Office, Georgia, and was held in Escambia County Jail. He remained in custody Wednesday afternoon with a bond worth $ 200,000.
According to his arrest report, a Pensacola police officer responded to Sacred Heart Hospital about a sexual assault, and a woman told the officer that a man named “Jason” drugged her and raped her.
In an interview at the Pensacola Police Department, the woman explained that she was upset on the day of the assault, and Healy said, “I’ll give you this to calm down” before injecting an injection into her left elbow with a substance she thought was methamphetamine.
The woman told the police that Hailey had injected the unknown substance in her back four or five more times. After a short time, the woman began to panic when she realized she was unable to stand, the report said.
She told the police that Hailey raped her afterward, adding that she tried to crawl away but couldn’t.
The investigators obtained a search warrant of the residence where the woman said the assault took place. Inside a bedroom, officers found a black bag with a name tag reading “Jason Healy” on it. Used syringes, unused syringes, and a spoon containing white residue were placed inside the bag.
The report stated that the officer also discovered the medical release papers and tickets for the bus bearing the name “Jason Healy”.
An examination of the records revealed that Healy had multiple arrest warrants from Chattanooga, Tennessee, for failing to appear in court in connection with a charge of possession of heroin with intent to sell.
A warrant has been written calling for Healy’s arrest. He was arrested in Walker County, Georgia, where he faced charges before being extradited to Pensacola.