|A minivan that held four individuals who were overdosing on opioids is towed away, just down the street from the Fort Thomas Armory. FTM file.|
According to Fort Thomas Police Lt. Rich Whitford, police discovered four individuals in a late model minivan. Police called for the life squad, who administered the life-saving drug, Narcan, to all four individuals in the vehicle. They were revived and taken to St. Elizabeth Hospital for further medical evaluations.
The four passengers of the van were all from Alexandria, Kentucky.
Troy Means, 48, Frederick Means, 46, Bryan Spencer, 24, and Carla Krull, 48, were all charged with Public Intoxication. Spencer, who had an active warrant, picked up an additional charge of Giving False Information To An Officer. Krull also had an active warrant.
Whitford said that after talking to the four, three had admitted to snorting fentanyl and one had snorted heroin.
"One of the subjects actually admitted that he had been revived with Narcan twice on Wednesday," said Whitford.
|The minivan where it was parked on S. Fort Thomas Avenue. FTM file.|
"We're still conducting an investigation. It's possible other charges could be added," he said.
Video was taken from across the street after Narcan was given. You can see those individuals being taken out of the van and put onto stretchers.
|Troy Means. CCDC.|
|Frederick Means. CCDC.|
|Bryan Spencer. CCDC.|
|Carla Krull. CCDC.|