ROCHESTER, Minn. – Police are issuing a warning after a death and a trio of drug overdoses in just 16 hours.
The Rochester Police Department says a 38-year-old male was found dead Friday morning around 8:40 am. Witnesses told officers the man has appeared high Thursday night.
Around 10:50 am, police administered Narcan and say it saved the life of a 22-year-old male who witnesses believed had taken oxycodone.
Rochester police say they also responded to a report of a methamphetamine overdose and a heroin overdose on Friday evening.
Authorities say drug dealers can be held responsible for overdose deaths and are urging everyone to be safe.