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Cops revive overdosing man who crashed into Skyline Chili

(SOURCE: FOX19 NOW/Jody Barr) (SOURCE: FOX19 NOW/Jody Barr)
(SOURCE: FOX19 NOW/Jody Barr) (SOURCE: FOX19 NOW/Jody Barr)
Adam Halderman (PHOTO: Kenton County Detention Center/Provided) Adam Halderman (PHOTO: Kenton County Detention Center/Provided)
FT. WRIGHT, KY (FOX19) -

A Kentucky man is still in jail after police said he was driving under the influence when he drove his truck into the side of the Ft. Wright Skyline Chili restaurant.

It happened around 6:30 p.m. Friday at the Dixie highway location.
 
Ft. Wright police charged Adam Halderman, 29,  with DUI, first degree wanton endangerment, criminal mischief and possession of heroin, Kenton County booking records show.

Police said Halderman appeared to be overdosing at the scene and officers gave him a shot of Narcan to revive him.

Halderman was unconscious when a Park Hills officer found him at the scene following the initial 911 calls about the crash.

He was traveling north on Dixie Highway when he crashed into the dining room of the Skyline business.

While FOX19 NOW was on scene Friday night, tire tracks could be seen leading up to the crash scene, across a grassy area separating the restaurant from a BP gas station at the intersection of Kyles Lane.

Halderman was booked into the Kenton County Detention Center on April 8 at 10:20 p.m., after he spent several hours in a hospital recovering from the overdosing police witnessed on scene.

Prosecutors arraigned Halderman Monday morning where he pleaded not guilty to the charges.

A preliminary hearing is set for April 19 where the court will decide whether evidence exists to move forward with prosecution.

If convicted of the charges, Halderman faces a minimum of one year to a maximum of 13 years in a state prison.

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