Reports: Police Called To Isiah Thomas’ House

by October 24, 2008

by Ryne Nelson

Police were sent to Isiah Thomas’ home early Friday morning in response to a call that a man had overdosed on prescription drugs.

WABC-TV in New York City was the first to report the incident.

Harrison Police were called to Isiah Thomas’ house last night around midnight for a report of a possible overdose.

Police confirmed they were at the home, but refused to discuss any details. Other published reports say the call came in just after midnight, describing a 46-year-old male.

The New York Daily News spoke with Police Chief David Hall, who reported these details:

The victim had consumed roughly 10 Lunesta sleeping pills, Hall said.

“He was unconscious, but breathing on his own,” Hall said.

Neither the Knicks nor the police will confirm the victim’s identity. Knicks officials would only say that Isiah is fine.