Mohamed Al Sabeel found overdosing on Fentanyl in Dodge Challenger

Mohamed Al Sabeel found overdosing on Fentanyl in Dodge Challenger

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21-year-old Mohamed Al Sabeel overdosed inside his Dodge Challenger near Twice Daily on West End Avenue early February 19th. A concerned citizen observed this and alerted the authorities. NFD and EMS personnel arrived and found Al Sabeel foaming at the mouth as they pulled him out of his car and placed him in an ambulance. Officers were informed about the overdose and conducted an inventory search of the Challenger before it was towed. During the search, officers located a Glock 19 behind the passenger seat, and a white, unknown substance spread throughout the vehicle. Al Sabeel was transported to Saint Thomas Midtown for further medical assistance. The nurses told police that he was an addict who had relapsed on Fentanyl. Al Sabeel was taken into custody for possessing a weapon while being under the influence and driving with a suspended license on March 7th.

Mohamed Al Sabeel (MNPD)
Mohamed Al Sabeel (MNPD)

Mohamed A. Al Sabeel of Imperial Blvd in Smyrna, TN, was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on March 6th, charged with driving on suspended license and weapon possession while under the influence. A judicial commissioner set his bond at $1,500, and the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office gave him pre-trial release from their facility.

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