Dayton Police revive man with Narcan in McDonald’s restaurant booth

A man was found partially unresponsive and showed signs of drug use during a polie welfare check at McDonald’s in downtown Dayton. STAFF FILE PHOTO

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A man was found partially unresponsive and showed signs of drug use during a polie welfare check at McDonald’s in downtown Dayton. STAFF FILE PHOTO

A man was administered Narcan Saturday afternoon in a dining booth at a McDonald’s in downtown Dayton, after Dayton Police officers found him in a state believed to be that of an overdose.

Dayton Police officers responded to a welfare call at 410 S. Main St. around 12:56 p.m. where they found a 66-year-old man sitting alone in a dining booth. According to police narrative, the pale-skinned man was sitting in the booth with one arm in the air, head tilted back and eyes half open.

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Officers tried getting the man to respond but wrote he would nod off after saying “what.” The reporting officer said he observed the man’s pupils were “pinpoint.”

The man became alert after officers administered 2 mg of Narcan. He denied any drug use before nodding back off, according to the officer’s statement.

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Dayton police located three unopened syringes in his pocket before medics arrived to transport him to a local hospital.

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