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Boardman woman faces charges related to OD

By Jordyn Grzelewski

jgrzelewski@vindy.com

BOARDMAN

A township woman faces criminal charges after reportedly suffering a drug overdose in November.

Kimberly Ramun, 40, of Angiline Drive was arrested Monday on warrants charging her with endangering children, possessing drug-abuse instruments and possession of drug paraphernalia.

The charges stem from a Nov. 1 incident in which police and emergency and medical responders were called to Ramun’s home for a suspected overdose.

There, a woman reported she had found Ramun unresponsive on a bedroom floor. A 9-year-old was present at the time of the overdose.

Ramun was revived with several doses of naloxone, a medication that reverses the effects of an opioid overdose.

Police reported finding syringes, a burnt spoon, and medical gauze sitting on a dresser in Ramun’s bedroom.

Reached by The Vindicator on Tuesday, Ramun declined to comment.

Her arrest is the third in several days by township police for similar incidents.

Police on Friday arrested Kristina Green, 28, of Hillman Way

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Youngstown News, Boardman man charged with inducing panic for …

Published: 5/10/17 @ 12:07

By Jordyn Grzelewski

jgrzelewski@vindy.com

BOARDMAN

Township police arrested a man on a charge of inducing panic for a recent drug overdose.

Robert Rosenberg, 22, of Market Street, was arrested Friday on a warrant for the misdemeanor offense, according to a police report.

The charge stems from an April 19 incident in which police were dispatched to the parking lot of a Southern Boulevard business for a reported overdose.

There, they found Rosenberg lying in the parking lot. He was “unresponsive, breathing shallow, and had a racing heartbeat,” police reported.

After being treated by fire department personnel and paramedics, Rosenberg reportedly admitted to police he used heroin and had just shot up two bags of the drug.

Police did not find contraband at the scene.

The Ohio chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union recently called on police agencies to stop charging overdose victims with crimes such as inducing panic. That call was in response

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Boardman man charged with inducing panic for drug overdose

By Jordyn Grzelewski

jgrzelewski@vindy.com

BOARDMAN

Township police arrested a man on a charge of inducing panic for a recent drug overdose.

Robert Rosenberg, 22, of Market Street, was arrested Friday on a warrant for the misdemeanor offense, according to a police report.

The charge stems from an April 19 incident in which police were dispatched to the parking lot of a Southern Boulevard business for a reported overdose.

There, they found Rosenberg lying in the parking lot. He was “unresponsive, breathing shallow, and had a racing heartbeat,” police reported.

After being treated by fire department personnel and paramedics, Rosenberg reportedly admitted to police he used heroin and had just shot up two bags of the drug.

Police did not find contraband at the scene.

The Ohio chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union recently called on police agencies to stop charging overdose victims with crimes such as inducing panic. That call was in response to a policy in

Read more at: http://www.vindy.com/news/2017/may/10/boardman-man-charged-with-inducing-panic/?newswatch

Youngstown news, Boardman man charged with inducing panic for …

By Jordyn Grzelewski

jgrzelewski@vindy.com

BOARDMAN

Township police arrested a man on a charge of inducing panic for a recent drug overdose.

Robert Rosenberg, 22, of Market Street, was arrested Friday on a warrant for the misdemeanor offense, according to a police report.

The charge stems from an April 19 incident in which police were dispatched to the parking lot of a Southern Boulevard business for a reported overdose.

There, they found Rosenberg lying in the parking lot. He was “unresponsive, breathing shallow, and had a racing heartbeat,” police reported.

After being treated by fire department personnel and paramedics, Rosenberg reportedly admitted to police he used heroin and had just shot up two bags of the drug.

Police did not find contraband at the scene.

The Ohio chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union recently called on police agencies to stop charging overdose victims with crimes such as inducing panic. That call was in response to a policy in

Read more at: http://www.vindy.com/news/2017/may/10/boardman-man-charged-with-inducing-panic/