Volusia Woman Spiked Man’s Drink With Raid Bug Spray, Police Say

A DeLeon Springs woman is in jail after allegedly poisoning a man’s drink with Raid Roach & Ant bug spray.

The Volusia County Sheriff’s Office responded to the call at around 4:30 am on Friday. Authorities say that Veronica Cline, 29, had invited the unnamed victim, 24, back to her home for drinks after they had already been drinking at a bar. The victim had polished off two drinks when he says he began to feel sick. That was when Cline revealed that she had spiked his drinks with Raid.

“The victim told deputies he was vomiting for about 30 minutes before he was able to call for help,” the Volusia sheriff’s office said. “He became sick again while providing his statement to a deputy.”

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Cline fled the house before police could arrive, but a K-9 unit was able to track her down. The Sheriff’s office’s body camera footage shows the dog tracking down Cline.

“Show me your f–king hands,” the officer shouts at Cline.

“Ok, ok, ok, ok,” she responds.

“Walk towards me now, walk towards me, stop right there, and get on your knees,” commands the officer.

Another approaching officer asked Cline if the dog had bitten her at all. Cline answered yes, and said her knee “actually really hurts.” The officer can then be heard congratulating the dog.

Cline was booked at the Volusia County Branch Jail, where she is held without bond. She faces a felony charge of poisoning food or drink.

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While media outlets initially reported that Cline and the victim had met the day of the incident, the Daytona Beach News-Journal reported Sunday that the pair had known each other prior. Citing court documents, the outlet said that the unnamed victim was the father of Cline’s child.

The victim stated in an affidavit that Cline had also intended to kill their child. An audio recording of Cline admitting to poisoning the drinks with Raid was also provided to deputies by the victim.

The victim was last reported to have been taken to the hospital. It is not known what condition he is in.

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