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NBC: North Smithfield police said a man apparently overdosed in his car while he had a child with him. Michael Kraczynski, 33, of Woonsocket, was charged with cruelty or neglect of a child. He was released pending an appearance in Kent County District Court on Aug. 30. Police said Kracyznski was found overdosing in his car on the side of Victory Highway on Friday night. A child about 18 months old was in the back seat. Police and North Smithfield rescue revived Kraczynski with four doses of Narcan.
Police said the man told them the next day that he’d taken two white pills he thought were OxyContin for shoulder pain, but 10 minutes into the ride he started to feel strange and pulled over. Police said the man admitted the pills were not prescribed to him. The state Department of Children, Youth and Families was notified. The child’s mother took custody of the child. Police said Kraczynski told them that he “made a bad decision.”
Of course he’s from Woonsocket. Luckily for him Woonsocket is in Rhode Island which means one thing – he’ll have his kids back by Friday.
Awesome excuses from this porridge potato. He “made a mistake.” Because sometimes you forget that to put the recycling out, and other times you do a bunch of OC’s while driving with a baby in the backseat. He had “shoulder pain,” so obviously he had to take not one, but two pills that are known to fuck you up, make you immune to pain, and thus make it nearly impossible to operate a motor vehicle. Naturally he chose to do this while operating a motor vehicle.
He wasn’t just a little bit fucked up either. He need FOUR doses of Narcan. Shamu at Woodstock wouldn’t need that many. Don’t worry though, it’s on the house. Meanwhile, people whose kids have asthma will pay out of pocket for their children to be able to breathe. Because asthma isn’t a disease but drug addiction is.
I thought for sure that we could all agree that this cholesterosaurus was a terrible person for endangering the life of his 18 months old child, as well as everyone else on the road. But then the “it’s a disease” patrol showed up….
It’s remarkable that people actually think like that. The man who chose to take two pills that do the same thing as heroin isn’t at fault for choosing to do this while driving a minivan with a baby in the backseat. I pray to God this was sarcasm, but it’s Facebook so people actually believe really dumb things like this.
Next came the, “NBC is being mean by posting his picture on the Internet” sunshine crew….
Yea, how dare the news show their followers what the opiate epidemic looks like in real life. They should only show us things that make us feel warm and fuzzy inside.
One of my favorites were the alarming number of people who were crediting him with being responsible because he pulled over before he OD’d….
“Always negative comments.”
Ummmm…he overdosed while driving a car with his flesh and blood in the backseat. Please, explain to me how we’re supposed to be positive about this. I’ll wait.
Plus, he was in severe pain….
Severe pain from what? Did he have surgery? If so then the doctor would’ve prescribed him his own prescription, with the explicit instructions of not driving while under the influence of them. But he readily admitted he got them from someone else, which means he’s just your run of the mill pill fiend.
This clam trap was my personal favorite though….
When I woke up this morning and saw this story I really didn’t think it would possible to lionize a junkbox. But then again, this is Woonsocket, so here we are. He’s totally not a waddling bucket of cottage cheese for the following reasons:
- He pulled over
- He admitted he was in the wrong
- He was thinking about the best interest of the child
- We don’t know the whole story (even though we do)
- She knows them, therefore this is OK
- The porridge potato was nice to her one time
- Mom “works in the military” therefore this is OK
- It was a “mistake”
- He’s embarrassed, which is enough punishment
- Only God can judge
Plus, it’s not like he’s a junkie….
Yea guys, he was doing OC’s, not shooting heroin. Even though heroin is oxycotin for broke people who have gotten over their fear of needles. She’s totally not making excuses for him. Now here is a list of excuses for why this isn’t a big deal.
Look, this doesn’t just happen once. It’s not an innocent mistake that could happen to a normal parent. This likely isn’t the first time he rode around jammed up with a baby on board, it’s just the first time he got caught. And from the looks of the fupa, the overgrown pube garden on his face, and interior decorating in that minivan, this looks like just another Tuesday for the Woonsocket Porridge Potato.