Mansfield overdose victims charged from recording studio incident

MANSFIELD - MANSFIELD - Four people have been issued summonses after apparently overdosing at a recording studio at 310 Marion Ave. Monday before 9 p.m., according to Mansfield police.

According to Mansfield police reports, five people, ranging in age from 22 to 27, were transported to OhioHealth Mansfield Hospital for treatment.

Mansfield police Lt. Doug Noblet said there was evidence of heroin use and two people were found unresponsive and revived with naxolone.

The parking lot of the recording studio was filled with Mansfield police, fire and rescue personnel.

According to the recording company's Facebook page, Red Keys Recording Studio is a local recording studio dedicated to showcasing the talent and the potential the city has to offer.

Owner Reed Burkhart, when reached for comment Monday night, said he wasn't sure what was going on there.

The summonses are all misdemeanor charges and included possession of drug abuse instruments and possession of drug paraphernalia.


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