Pair will be arraigned today after downtown Warren disturbances

WARREN — Two men were charged with disorderly conduct Friday after witnesses said they were acting strangely at Bureau of Motor Vehicles office at 2750 Mahoning Ave. NW.

One of the men was later administered the overdose-reversal drug Naloxone for an apparent drug overdose.

The two men charged are Osmond R. LeMasters, 23, of Queens Drive and Newton Drive in Newton Falls, and Timothy B. Cook, 32, of Center South in Leavittsburg. Both are due in Warren Municipal Court today for arraignment.

Police were called at 9:45 a.m. for two males running around the parking lot taking off their clothes, one of them growling and punching the cement.

While officers were on their way, the license bureau called to say one of the males entered the license bureau and caused a disturbance. He then went outside and performed a sex act on himself, police said.

That’s when the license bureau locked the doors.

An officer found Cook, who was identified as the one committing the sex act, in the parking lot sweating profusely and squatting on all fours, punching the blacktop and jumping up and down screaming incoherently.

Another officer found LeMasters walking along Mahoning Avenue and wrote him a disorderly-conduct citation.

Ambulance personnel arrived and administered the overdose-reversal drug Naloxone to Cook for an apparent drug overdose.

Cook was taken by ambulance to ValleyCare Trumbull Memorial Hospital.