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Man swallows Fentanyl; charged with obstructing official duties



MIDDLETOWN –

A Monroe man was charged with obstructing official actions, second-degree offenses and traffic quotes, and was then taken to a local hospital for allegedly swallowing 2.5 grams of fentanyl. 19659003] During the traffic disruption on Monday evening on Woodlawn Avenue, 40-year-old Thomas Hugar told police he was "not feeling well" after he swallowed the drugs. As he was staggering on his feet, he was taken to a police cruiser and then taken to the Atrium Medical Center, the report said.

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When the police seized Hugar, he gave them his brother's name, address, phone number, date of birth, and social security number.

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Hugar was accused of pursuing too closely and no turn signal within 1

00 feet. He also had a warrant issued by the Butler County Sheriff's Office, police said.

He will have his ad on February 5 before Middletown City Court, according to the documents.

MORE: Middletown's opioid struggle led to a drastic decline in overdose last year


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Home / Health / Man swallows Fentanyl; charged with obstructing official duties

Man swallows Fentanyl; charged with obstructing official duties



MIDDLETOWN –

A Monroe man was charged with obstructing official actions, second-degree offenses and traffic quotes, and was then taken to a local hospital for allegedly swallowing 2.5 grams of fentanyl. 19659003] During the traffic disruption on Monday evening on Woodlawn Avenue, 40-year-old Thomas Hugar told police he was "not feeling well" after he swallowed the drugs. As he was staggering on his feet, he was taken to a police cruiser and then taken to the Atrium Medical Center, the report said.

MORE: After Middletown's overdoses have dropped dramatically, what about the heroin battle?

When the police seized Hugar, he gave them his brother's name, address, phone number, date of birth, and social security number.

MORE: Opioid overdose in Middletown

Hugar was accused of pursuing too closely and no turn signal within 1

00 feet. He also had a warrant issued by the Butler County Sheriff's Office, police said.

He will have his ad on February 5 before Middletown City Court, according to the documents.

MORE: Middletown's opioid struggle led to a drastic decline in overdose last year


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