LEBANON, Missouri- On Sunday morning, Lebanon police responded to the 2800 block of Kasen Drive regarding an ambulance assist. The report said that dispatch advised the responding officer that a male at that location had a needle in his arm and no pulse. Emergency medical personnel had begun CPR on the victim prior to the officer’s arrival on scene. The report says that after 30 minutes of chest compressions, EMS was told to terminate CPR and the Laclede County coroner was dispatched to the scene. The officer took photographs as evidence and the coroner conducted an investigation.

Waynesville Memorial Chapel and Crematory was then requested by the victim’s father to respond and took possession of the man’s body.

The age and identity of the victim was not included in the report.