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A Duchesne Man Is Lucky To Be Alive After Being Administered Naloxone


| Duchesne, Ut. | April 20th, 2024 |

Deputy Clyde responded to 350 E Main St in Duchesne City of a report of a male subject who had overdosed. Upon arriving at the location, the deputy met and spoke with the subject, 28-year-old Jeremy Jay Burgin.

Jeremy told the deputy that he had overdosed on his suboxone prescription, and Naloxone was administered. Jeremy was transported to the hospital by EMS.

Jeremy was on parole with Adult Probation and Parole (AP&P). Jeremy's agent was contacted and requested a compliance check of Jeremy's trailer. The officers then entered Jeremy's trailer and searched.

Deputy Clyde located two blue straws with a white powder residue. A white powder substance is believed to have fallen out of one of the straws. The substance was consistent with cocaine. A roadside NIK test was conducted on the substance, which tested positive for cocaine.

A scale with a white residue and another blue straw with a white substance was found in the bedroom area. A piece of tin foil in the bathroom had a brown and black burnt residue. The residue was tested with a roadside NIK test, which indicated a presumptive positive for fentanyl.

While searching, the deputies found a silver butterfly knife and a multi-color pocket knife with a large blade on the floor. Jeremy is a convicted felon, currently on parole, and is a Category One restricted person.

Deputy Clyde then went to the hospital, where Jeremy received a medical clearance, and placed Jeremy under arrest in belly chains. Jeremy was then transported and booked into the Duchesne County Jail.

A criminal history check of Jeremy and it returned multiple prior convictions for dangerous drugs within the last seven years. His current offense is a felony.

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