One in jail following alleged OD


By Michael Ullery - [email protected]



Mike Ullery | Daily Call Miami County Sheriff’s Deputy Sarah Fraley finishs tagging a syringe as evidence in a drug arrest on County Road 25-A at Twin Arch Park on Wednesday.


TROY — A Sidney man is in the Miami County Jail and a woman lucky to be alive following an incident on County Road 25-A on Wednesday afternoon.

Troy medics and Miami County deputies were dispatched to the area of Twin Arch Park around 1:30 p.m. on the report of a possible drug overdose.

Medics arrived to find an adult female displaying possible symptoms of a narcotics overdose but she was awake and breathing upon their arrival.

Witnesses said that a van, occupied by a male driver and female passenger pulled over to the side of the road on Co. Rd. 25-A and said that the female had allegedly overdosed. A private ambulance crew was at Twin Arch Park and immediately called 9-1-1.

According to deputies, the female refused treatment by medics.

The driver of the vehicle, Stewart Hoover, 40, of Sidney, was taken into custody. He faces a charge of Drug Possession/Abuse a felony of the first-degree. He may also face additional charges related to probation/parole violation. He remains incarcerated awaiting arraignment.

Evidence of drug abuse was found in the vehicle. At this time, the female is not charged with a crime.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call Miami County Sheriff’s Deputy Sarah Fraley finishs tagging a syringe as evidence in a drug arrest on County Road 25-A at Twin Arch Park on Wednesday.
http://dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/web1_110916mju_mcso_25a.drugarrest-2.jpgMike Ullery | Daily Call Miami County Sheriff’s Deputy Sarah Fraley finishs tagging a syringe as evidence in a drug arrest on County Road 25-A at Twin Arch Park on Wednesday.

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By Michael Ullery

[email protected]

Reach Mike Ullery at (937) 451-3335.

Reach Mike Ullery at (937) 451-3335.

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