According to a news release from the Martin Co. Sheriff’s Office, 2 people were arrested over the weekend, after police say they found them unresponsive in a vehicle at a gas station. The arrest happened on Saturday, May 5 around 5:30 p.m. when Martin Co. Dispatch received a call that people were passed out in a vehicle at a gas station located on Blacklog Road in Inez. Deputies say when they got to the vehicle they found David Lee Endicott, 44 unresponsive. When Deputies finally woke Endicott up they say he allegedly had extremely slurred speech and did not know where he was at.
Upon search of Endicott, Deputies allegedly found a metal container in his right front pocket with part of a Suboxone pill and a small clear bag with heroin inside. Endicott also reportedly tested positive for heroin during a field sobriety test. Deputies say they also found Angela Vance, 42 passed out inside the vehicle. Deputies report that Vance also was unresponsive and had to be “woken up.” She also allegedly had slurred speech and glassy eyes. Both Endicott and Vance were arrested. Endicott was charged with public intoxication of a controlled substance (excludes alcohol), possession of a controlled substance not in original container and possession of a controlled substance first degree-heroin. Vance was charged with public intoxication of a controlled substance (excludes alcohol). Both were lodged in the Big Sandy Regional Detention Center.