Felon found with fake phallus
By Jane Beathard
A London-area man remains in jail after allegedly trying to fool a court-ordered drug test and using prescription painkillers in violation of his probation.
Nicholas Herriott, 30, 160 Byerly Road, was sentenced to a year of community control on July 26 for abusing Oxycodone. Within about a week, he allegedly violated the terms of that control, using a device called a “Whizzinator” to dodge a routine drug test.
On Friday, Madison County Common Pleas Judge Robert D. Nichols appointed Dale Frenz to represent Herriott at a probation violation hearing on Sept. 7.
According to a report filed by Mike Creamer, the court’s chief probation officer, Herriott wore the “Whizz-inator,” a prosthetic, strap-on male organ attached to a bag of liquid, to an Aug. 2 drug test mandated by the court. The bag contained synthetic urine which is available on the Internet.
However, the device malfunctioned noisily. Creamer heard the sound and became suspicious. Herriott later admitted borrowing the “Whizzinator,” which costs about $100, from a friend.
He also admitted to taking Percocet, another prescription painkiller, to ease effects of seismic vomiting syndrome.