Happy Friday!

Here's your ".345 blood-alcohol level" story for the week:

Man registers .345 blood-alcohol level
Michael Ferraresi
The Arizona Republic

SCOTTSDALE - His blood-alcohol level was so high that it had the effects that experts say is near surgical anesthesia. Peter Hickock was passed out at his home in Scottsdale on Sunday when his 5-year-old daughter called 911. Hickock could face child endangerment charges, Scottsdale police said.

Hickock, 40, was found unconscious and bleeding in the 7600 block of East Williams Drive, near Scottsdale and Pinnacle Peak roads. He was transported to Scottsdale Healthcare Shea with a 0.345 percent blood-alcohol content, police said. At .35 coma is possible

Emergency responders found the only food in the house was peanut butter and bread.

The 5-year-old's mother was on vacation in Hawaii and left the girl in the custody of Hickock, according to Scottsdale Detective Sam Bailey. The parents share joint custody, although the girl is now in custody of a family friend.

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