Cops Revive Man From Overdose, Then He Allegedly Steals Their Car

Police Revive Man From Overdose, He Allegedly Steals Their Car
Columbus Division of Police

Ohio cops say they saved a man’s life, only for him to turn around and allegedly steal their cruiser.

Columbus Division of Police say in a Facebook post they were called Thursday morning to a home on East Gates Street, where they found 25-year-old Jeremy Davis overdosing. Police say officers gave him Narcan, a drug first responders use to reverse opioid overdoses, and Davis was revived.

Once officers got him into an ambulance, the post continues, they began looking up his information to see if there were warrants out for him. Police say that is when Davis took off running and stole their police cruiser.

He crashed it and took off again from there, the post says.

Authorities say they are still looking for Davis — now, for grand theft auto. Police are asking for anyone with information on Davis' location to call 911. Davis is 5 feet, 11 inches tall and weighs 170 pounds.


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