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Documents: Wife injected husband who OD'd with toddlers in car

Larry Messer (PHOTO: Hamilton County Justice Center) Larry Messer (PHOTO: Hamilton County Justice Center)
Felicia Saylor (PHOTO: Hamilton County Justice Center) Felicia Saylor (PHOTO: Hamilton County Justice Center)
Felicia Saylor and Larry Messer (PHOTO: Hamilton County Justice Center) Felicia Saylor and Larry Messer (PHOTO: Hamilton County Justice Center)
GREEN TOWNSHIP, OH (FOX19) - The wife of the man who allegedly overdosed on heroin while driving his children on I-74 on Sunday is now being charged with child endangering.

Larry Messer, 39, passed out while driving in the westbound lanes. His young children, 8-months-old and 2-years-old, were in the backseat.

Court documents now show that Felicia Saylor, 22, injected Messer with heroin as he was driving. Saylor was able to get the car to the shoulder safely after Messer passed out.

Emergency crews had to administer Narcan to Messer to revive him.

Police found several drug abuse instruments in the car.

Messer's bond is set at $40,000 and is charged with two counts endangering children, one count illegal use of possession of drug paraphernalia and one count possessing drug abuse instruments.

Saylor is charged with two counts of child endangering and one count of possession of drugs. A judge on Wednesday set her bond at $75,000.

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