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25-year-old Neville "Jackson" Hawes 

PADUCAH — A Paducah man has been arrested and charged with fentanyl trafficking following an overdose call and subsequent investigation, they say. 

According to a Monday release from the McCracken County Sheriff's Office, deputies responded to an overdose call at a home in McCracken County on Nov. 22. 

Deputies say when they arrived at the house, they found a "young man" who they suspect overdosed on fentanyl. They reportedly administered Narcan at the scene, and he was taken to a local hospital for treatment. 

Deputies say during their investigation, they determined the suspected fentanyl pills had been purchased from a home in Paducah.

When detectives searched the home, they reportedly found another man actively overdosing. 

The man was transported to an area hospital after receiving Narcan, deputies say. A resident of the home — 25-year-old Neville "Jackson" Hawes — was arrested after a search revealed bags of suspected fentanyl pills and assorted drug paraphernalia. 

Deputies say Hawes was taken to the McCracken County Regional Jail.

The investigation is ongoing.