HN AUDIO: Mom suffers life-threatening overdose with baby in car… passenger took off with baby when officer was trying to help…

HN NOTE: This is the worst I have ever seen it!
 
As you will hear in the following HN Audio, at about 6:30PM this evening, a Barnstable Patrolman just happened across a 30-year-old woman passed out in a car in the area of Bearses Way and Route 28…
 
… there was a baby in the car!
 
As you will hear, a male passenger in the car suddenly took off with the baby and ran into a nearby establishment!
 
As police caught up to the male and small child, there was a report of another overdose in front of a restaurant several blocks away at the Cape Cod Mall.
 
Although HN is currently on “vacation,” I’ll try to monitor this tragic and deadly time in our local history…
 
During the past couple weeks it has been overdoses all day and everyday across the mid-Cape! Many of those overdoses have been fatal. This is by far the worst I have ever seen it during this ongoing epidemic.
 
The following alarming HN Audio highlights a very sad situation where a child was involved.
 
(The audio information has NOT been officially confirmed.)

 

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8/24/2017

 

Robert Bastille

 


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3 responses to HN AUDIO: Mom suffers life-threatening overdose with baby in car… passenger took off with baby when officer was trying to help…

  1. Will August 24th, 2017 at 9:40 pm

    You can’t say BPD and HFD aren’t earning their dough this summer! Nice audio capture HyNews.

       

  2. Cheryl August 25th, 2017 at 1:01 am

    God help Mom and child – and all our wonderful first responders.

       

  3. Julie August 25th, 2017 at 5:40 am

    Praying for the sick and suffering and first responders…they are on the front lines-
    Recovery is possible! Im living proof…choose life!