CLARKSVILLE, TN (CLARKSVILLE NOW) – A person who police say offered medication that induced a girl to die from an overdose has been indicted on fees of second-degree homicide.
John Normand Vandal was arrested Wednesday on the cost. He was launched the identical day on bond.
In December 2019, Clarksville Police responded to an overdose dying of a 28-year-old girl, in keeping with police Sgt. Nicholas Newman.
The medical expert decided the lady died from a fentanyl overdose.
After a prolonged investigation, detectives decided that Vandal offered medication to the lady hours earlier than she was discovered useless, Newman mentioned.
Vandal was indicted in the course of the June session of the Montgomery County Grand Jury on a depend of second-degree homicide, “killing of one other that outcomes from the illegal distribution of any Schedule I or Schedule II drug, when the drug is the proximate explanation for dying of the consumer,” per Tennessee legislation.
The lead detective is Nathan Lee.