The Warren County Sheriff’s Office arrested a county resident recently on charges of possession of a schedule I drug and child endangerment.
Glenn Wayne Marshall, 32, of 119 Summit Point Drive, Front Royal, was arrested on July 29, according to a criminal complaint. When deputy C.M. Anderson arrived at the home, they found four or five children in the house, the complaint states. The complaint names four children.
Anderson responded to the home following a report of a male who overdosed, the complaint states. Anderson identified the man as Marshall and observed a metal spoon containing a white powder on the dresser next to the bed.
When Anderson asked Marshall what the powder was, “he stated it was Heroin,” the complaint reads.
Anderson also located a vial of pills that Marshall advised were Suboxone, morphine and Oxycodone, the complaint states.
Marshall’s mother, identified in the complaint, told a deputy she arrived at the home after one of the children called her saying he couldn’t wake Marshall. She had dropped off the children at the house earlier that day but returned after the children called her, the complaint states.
She arrived to find Marshall unresponsive, a needle on the floor next to the bed, and she told Anderson he became responsive when she used Narcan on him. Narcan is a medication used to revive people who have overdosed on opioids.
Marshall has been charged with one count of possession of a controlled substance and four counts of child endangerment/cruelty/injury; labor.
Calls to the Sheriff’s Office for comment have not been returned.
Marshall is scheduled to appear in Warren County General District Court at 10 a.m. Aug. 21.