INDIANAPOLIS -- First responders had to administer Narcan to a man found drifting in and out of consciousness at a west side Burger King Thursday night.
IMPD officers were called to the Burger King located at 3401 W. 16th Street shortly after 11:30 p.m. Thursday.
They arrived to find 29-year-old Frank Novak in an altered state of consciousness in the drive-through.
According to police, Novak told them he had just purchased and consumed Norco (hydrocodone and acetaminophen).
Responders administered Narcan to counter the effects of the opioids and transported Novak to a hospital for a blood draw.
As of Friday afternoon, Novak was being held at the Marion County Jail on a preliminary charge of operating a vehicle while intoxicated. An initial hearing date had not yet been set.
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