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Man Tries to Stop Iowa Paramedics from Helping Unconscious Man

AMES, Iowa -- A 22-year-old Ames man resisted his arrest and tried to stop firefighters from helping an unconscious intoxicated man at a party early Saturday, according to criminal complaints.

Police were investigating a nuisance party at Walton Drive about 12:30 a.m. Saturday and discovered an “extremely intoxicated” man who had passed out and had vomit on his face and the officer called paramedics to help, complaints said.

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