Weekend death on Guyer Street in Lebanon was probable drug overdose
Unresponsive man was found late Saturday afternoon
LEBANON, NH - A 911 call late Saturday afternoon reporting that an unresponsive 39-year-old man had been discovered at a residence on Guyer Street, which sits roughly between Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital and the Colburn Park green in the center of the city, prompted an emergency response from the Lebanon police and fire departments.
It was quickly determined that the man had died from "a probable drug overdose," Lebanon authorities confirmed Monday.
The man's body has been taken to the New Hampshire Chief Medical Examiner's Office in Concord for an autopsy and the circumstances surrounding his death remain under active investigation by the Lebanon Police Department's Detective Bureau.
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