SARASOTA, Fla. (WWSB) -- Deputies have responded 33 times recently to a Sarasota woman's home for drug arrests and other disputes. Of those calls, seven were for heroin overdoses.
Danielle Baggett, 37, was charged on Monday with maintaining a nuisance dwelling at 4502 S. Lockwood Ridge Road. Eventually, she overdosed in her own bedroom.
According to the report, deputies were told by two residents of the home that Baggett made the place a "drug flop house" "for everyone to get high." They said Baggett allowed people to come into the house in exchange for drugs.
Since Aug. 2016, the Sheriff’s office responded 33 times for several reasons including the drug arrests, wanted persons, overdoses and disputes.
The following suspected heroin / Fentanyl overdoses occurred at the home during that period, according to the Sheriff's Office:
- Aug. 23: Victim said he used heroin and meth, which caused him to overdose at the home.
- Jan. 24: Victim said he took Fentanyl at the resident and overdosed.
- Feb. 12: Victim said he injected heroin at the home before overdosing. He was was found in the bathroom of the home.
- March 19: A victim was given Narcan at the home after a deputy found injection marks.
- March 20 - A victim was found in the front yard of the home with a suspected heroin / Fentanyl overdose. He said he injected himself inside the home with Fentanyl. He said he was pulled from the residence to the front yard and left to overdose.
- March 21 - Baggett overdosed at her home after injecting herself with heroin in her bedroom.
- March 31 - A victim was seen injecting himself at the home before he overdosed.
Baggett has a criminal history of possession of pot, paraphernalia, contributing to the delinquency of a minor, fraud and dealing in stolen property.