Grandview Heights police have nabbed one wanted man but are seeking the public's help in their search for another.
The two cases are not related, "but we need both of them in custody," Sgt. Ryan Starns said.
Police located and arrested Patrick Kelley, 47, of Forest Creek Drive East in Columbus, on May 15 in Westerville.
Kelley was wanted for allegedly selling heroin to a Grandview Heights resident, causing an overdose and serious physical harm to the victim.
The incident reportedly occurred March 26 at a home on Northwest Boulevard.
Officers and medics were dispatched on a report of an unconscious man.
When officers arrived, the man was having trouble breathing, and items at the scene indicated drug use, reports said. A dose of Narcan was administered by a police officer before medics arrived, and the victim was taken to Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center.
Kelley has been charged with felony counts of corrupting another with drugs and aggravated trafficking. He was on parole for robbery and had recently cut off his GPS monitoring device, police reported.
Police still are looking for Charles Price, 22, of Little Avenue in Columbus, charged with multiple felony counts of receiving stolen property.
He is wanted in connection with a series of residential burglaries that took place last summer.
Price was indicted on the charges of receiving stolen property but has failed to show for court, according to Grandview police. He also has a warrant for a previous felonious-assault case that occurred in 2016 in Columbus, reports said.
Price has "violent tendencies," Starns said, so the public should not approach him.
Anyone with information about Price's potential whereabouts is asked to call Grandview polilce at 614-488-7901.