LEBANON, N.H. (CBS) – Officers in New Hampshire arrested two men on drug charges after a man nearly died when he overdosed on a highly potent batch of heroin labeled “Game of Thrones.”

Friday night around 10 p.m. a 32-year-old man was revived by CPR and the administration of nasal narcan after he overdosed on heroin.

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Police say the heroin was supplied by Brock Richardson. He was arrested on several drug distribution charges.

Richardson was held on $20,000 cash bail and will be arraigned Monday morning.

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A batch of heroin was stamped "Game of Thrones." (Lebanon Police photo)

A batch of heroin was stamped “Game of Thrones.” (Lebanon Police photo)

Officers also said that Richardson supplied heroin to 21-year-old Caleb Dumont-Willey of Lebanon.

Dumont-Willey was charged with possession of heroin and held on $5,000 bail.

Lebanon Police said the heroin was stamped “Game of Thrones” and it appears to be highly potent.

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“Although all heroin should be considered potentially lethal, this particular batch led to an overdose and near death and people should be cautioned accordingly,” Lebanon Police said.