Ford City man also had oxycodone


Kern County Sheriff's deputies arrested a man in Ford City on drug  charges one night after he overdosed.
Deputies responded along with fire and ambulance to a reported overdose about 11:40 p.m.  on March 17n the 300 block of North Lincoln.
The man, later identified as Jack Olitsky, was found laying outside a house by his girlfriend, Sgt. Martin Downs said.
Olitisky was taken to a hospital.Deputies examined his pants and found his identification, plus several clear plastic bags with a total of 3.5 grams of methamphetamine in them and a loaded syringe.
The deputies obtained a warrant and returned to the home the next night  just before midnight.
The contacted Olitsky, Downs said, and arrested him.
During a search, they found  10 bindles with a total of 9 grams of tar heroin in his pants pockets plus 27 oxycodone tablets and two morphine tablets, Downs said.
A search of the house led to the discovery of  a spoon with burned heroin residue, plus several used and unused syringes.
Litisky was subsequently charged with two counts of possession of a controlled substance of a controlled substance and possession of paraphernalia.
He is being held on  $100,000 bail.