Bon Jovi's Daughter Arrested After Drug Overdose: “Unresponsive” on Arrival
Jon Bon Jovi’s daughter arrested after allegedly overdosing on heroin at an upstate New York college, The New York Daily news reports.
"She was unresponsive when we arrived," Investigator Peter Cania told the Daily News, after Town of Kirkland Police responded to a 911 call early Wednesday at a doom room at Hamilton College in Clinton, N.Y., where Stephanie Rose Bongiovi attends school. Bongiovi - Bon Jovi's only daughter and the oldest of his four children - was rushed to the hospital. Thereafter, police found heroin and more evidence of drug use in the dorm after obtaining a search warrant. Kirkland Police said two students from the college were arrested; Ian S. Grant, 21, of Red Bank, New Jersey, was charged with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance. He was processed at the Kirkland Police Station and then released back to Hamilton College. He will appear in the Town of Kirkland Court at a later date. The Kirkland Police said they then contacted the Oneida County Drug Enforcement Task Force to continue the investigation.
Stephanie Rose Bongiovi is the 19-year-old daughter of rock icon Jon Bon Jovi and his wife Dorthea Hurley. The couple also share three sons, Jesse James Louis (born 19 February 1995), Jacob Hurley (born 7 May 2002) and Romeo Jon (29 March 2004).