What began as a rescue from a drug overdose last week turned into a raid and arrests at a Washington residence. Washington City Police report that last Saturday first responders found a 21-year-old male overdosing in the Family Video lot on SR 57.
Police reported quick reaction by Washington Patrolman Kane Waggoner saved the man's life. Officer Waggoner used the Narcan supplied by the department to stop the overdose.
That event though kicked off an investigation that resulted in a warrant and a raid on a Washington residence. Tuesday night police raided 2049 S SR 57 Lot 11, the residence of David Stoll, 45. The raid was conducted by officers from the Washington Police Department, WPD Emergency Response Team, DEA Task Force, Indiana State Police and the Daviess County Sheriff's Department.
Officers reported finding methamphetamine, syringes, and items related to an ongoing investigation.
Police arrested Stoll on charges of possession of methamphetamine, unlawful possession of a syringe, and maintaining a common nuisance. Two other people were arrested for visiting a common nuisance. Officers identified them as Shane Conner, 46, Washington, and Claudia Hopkins, 19, Washington. All three were being held in the Daviess County Jail without bond.