Man, woman found dead heroin overdose blamed

September 11, 1991

Baltimore police are investigating an alleged heroin party that resulted in the overdose deaths of a man and a woman, whose bodies were found at two different times in the same house yesterday.

The bodies of the victims, both unidentified, were found at a home in the first block of North Rose Street in East Baltimore. When police were called to the house yesterday at 7 a.m., they discovered the body of the man. They were called to the scene a second time, at 3:18 p.m., when a woman's body was found.

Police spokesman Dennis S. Hill said a preliminary investigation found that the two victims were attending a heroin party at the house. He said no arrests had been made. The bodies of the victims were taken to the state medical examiner for autopsies.

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