The Falmouth Police Department reported that four overdoses took place over Labor Day weekend and the Thursday before the weekend, September 3. One of the four victims died.
Police reported that one victim overdosed on Monday, September 7. By the time police arrived at the Lake Shore Lodge Sober house, naloxone had already been administered and CPR was in progress, according to police reports. Medics confirmed that a 22-year-old Falmouth resident was dead on arrival. It is under investigation, but the death does not appear to be suspicious.
At 3 PM on Saturday, September 5, officers arrived at a Carolyn Lane home for an overdose. The 911 callers reported CPR was in progress. Officers revived the 35-year-old man with naloxone when they arrived, and medics transported him to Falmouth Hospital for further treatment.
Officers responded to two possible overdoses last Thursday, one at a home on Pitch Pine Lane at 12:05 PM and subsequently at a Seabrook Drive home at 12:14 PM. Both victims were brought to the hospital after being treated on scene.