Overdosing resident with drugs galore in the bathroom cited for disorderly conduct intoxicated: Seven Hills P – cleveland.com

SEVEN HILLS, Ohio
Disorderly conduct-intoxicated: Primrose Drive
On Feb. 1, police were dispatched to a Primrose Drive address regarding an unconscious man who had hit his head.
An arriving officer talked to the caller, who said she had found her son unresponsive on the bathroom floor. After four doses of Narcan didn’t revive him, the man was taken to the hospital, where he woke up combative.
The officer noted that police found an abundance of used and unused syringes filled with an unknown liquid, as well as a scale, pipes, tourniquets, pills, white powder and a pill bottle filled with an unknown liquid in the bathroom.
The man, who had to be restrained at the hospital, was charged with disorderly conduct-intoxicated and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Contempt of court: Hillside Road
On Feb. 2, police were dispatched to a Hillside Road address regarding a homeowner who wasn’t supposed to be at the condemned property.
An arriving officer was alerted that the suspect had left in a Toyota Prius, which was discovered on Hillside Road.
The driver said he had stopped by the property and asked if the people there were the new owners. The man stated he never went onto the property.
The officer then talked to the Seven Hills building inspector and two other witnesses, who saw the man walk up the driveway of the condemned house.
They said the homeowner told them, “You better leave or you will regret it.”
The man in question had a court order against him that stated he wasn’t permitted within 500 feet of the property. If he violated the order, he would be arrested.
That’s exactly what happened. He was arrested and charged with contempt of court.
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