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Possible Drug-Related Death in Pontiac

Possible Drug-Related Death in Pontiac

(Oakland County Sheriff’s Dept, Feb. 1, 2016)

Pontiac, MI – INCIDENT:  13:44 hrs. – Jan. 29 – City of Pontiac – Death Investigation – #16-16195

SUMMARY:  Deputies were dispatched to the 70 block of Earlmoor Blvd for a deceased person.  Deputies, along with the Waterford Regional Fire Department and paramedics from STAR EMS located a male subject in the basement of the residence, who was obviously deceased and who appeared to have fallen off of his bed.  There was evidence of narcotic and IV drug use found near the decedent. Paramedics from STAR EMS provided telemetry to McLaren Hospital – Oakland where a physician pronounced the subject deceased. 

OUTCOME OF INCIDENT:  OCSO Detectives and an Investigator from the Oakland County Medical Examiner’s Office responded to process the scene.  The Medical Examiner took custody of the deceased and an autopsy has been scheduled. The incident remains under investigation. 

DECEASED INFORMATION:  51 year old male, resident of the City of Pontiac.

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