PRINCE GEORGE, BC: A man who just wouldn’t quit being a nuisance last week kept Police busy for a full day…
The incident began just after 11 PM on January 26, when officers responded to a report of an overdose at a local motel on Queensway.
When officers arrived on scene, they located a Good Samaritan performing CPR on an unresponsive male inside a motel room. Allegedly, the unresponsive male was ditched by another male who had informed the Good Samaritan that a man inside the room had just overdosed on a opiate drug. RCMP took over performing CPR until paramedics arrived.
The 37 year-old male victim was revived and taken to hospital. The actions of the Good Samaritan likely saved the victims life.
The male victim was released from hospital a short time later and made his way to Redwood Street, intoxicated.
At approximately 3:15 AM on January 27, officers responded to a Disturbance call on Redwood Street where police located the same male victim from the motel incident banging on a home owners door. Police placed the male in custody and returned him to the hospital for treatment. Again, he was released back out to the public a few hours later.
Then just after 9 AM, officers once again made their way to Redwood Street and located the same male banging on the door to the same residence. This time the male was sober and was told by police he is not welcome at the address and was given a ride to a different location.
At around 2 PM, the male was back on Redwood Street and located close by the home he was not welcome at. The occupants of the home declined providing statements to support criminal charges.
The day finally came to an end at around 8:40 PM, when officers were called back to the motel where the overdose took place. The same male had called 911 and hung up prompting police to respond. Officers located the male inside the motel room beaten up. He was uncooperative and declined medical assistance for his injuries.
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