Two people were arrested in connection with drug charges in Logan County Friday.
Logan County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a call regarding an overdose in Monaville.
Upon arrival, police found 32-year-old Cleveland Hammonds was being treated by EMS for an alleged overdose.
Police spoke with a female at the residence – 29-year-old Beth Ann Fitch.
Fitch told the officer another male was in the home. As officers were speaking with the male, Fitch allegedly tried to give her purse to her 8-year-old child.
Fitch was instructed to let deputies look in the purse.
The purse contained two white plastic baggies, containing more than 24 grams of what police say may be methamphetamine, and just less than 10 grams of what was potentially identified as heroin/fentanyl. Fitch said the items were the property of Hammonds.
Hammonds is charged with possession of heroin/fentanyl schedule I, possession with intent methamphetamine schedule II, possession of a controlled substance suboxone schedule III, possession of a controlled substance pregabalin schedule V.
Fitch faces charges of possession of heroin/fentanyl, possession with intent methamphetamine, child neglect creating risk of injury.
A CPS referral was also made.