Nearly $320,000 worth of a heroin overdose drug is heading to the Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office, which is the first agency in Florida to take advantage of a new law that allows police and other non-medical first responders to administer the drug naloxone to overdose victims. About 800 doses in auto-injectors will be distributed to deputies within a month in an effort to save lives and offer a chance of rehabilitation. According to the sheriff’s office, deputies have responded to 55 opiate overdoses in the past three months, with five of those cases resulting in death.