Deputies: Waterloo driver involved in crash had to be revived via Narcan

The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office reports that on December 20th at 5:00 pm deputies arrested a Waterloo man on multiple charges, which stemmed from an investigation into a two-car property damage accident.

Scott M Knowlton, 19, of Waterloo was charged with driving while ability impaired by drugs, unlawful possession of marijuana, and failure to use designated lane.

Deputies say Knowlton was northbound on State Route 414 when he left the roadway driving over a curb and struck another motor vehicle. His vehicle was towed from the scene. The second vehicle driven by Cynthia A Cecce, 65, of Seneca Falls, who had an 8-year-old passenger.

Investigators say the vehicle was struck in the driver’s side. Both were uninjured and the vehicle was driven from the scene.

Upon further investigation, Knowlton was found to be under the influence of drugs, after going unconscious in the back of the patrol car. Deputies immediately began CPR and then administered multiple doses of Narcan.

Knowlton was revived and transported by North Seneca Ambulance to Geneva General Hospital where he was treated and released. He was released on appearance tickets and is to appear in the Town of Tyre Court on January 31st to answer the charges.

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