13 Jul TBI says Tullahoma man indicted in connection to fentanyl drug deaths
A Tullahoma man was indicted by Tennessee Bureau of Investigation agents after he allegedly distributed fentanyl-laced drugs that may have led to the deaths of two individuals, according to a TBI news release.
After the deaths occurred in early June, the TBI joined the Tullahoma Police Department, the Manchester Police Department and the Coffee County Sheriff’s Department in the investigation. Isaiah Kalil Clark, 25, was later identified by authorities as the person who allegedly distributed drugs that contained fentanyl to the victims, who police believe died due to the drugs.
The Coffee County Grand Jury returned indictments on Tuesday and charged Clark with two counts of second degree murder and two counts of sale of a schedule II controlled substance.
Clark was arrested Friday after a pursuit on foot. He was booked into the Coffee County Jail and is being held on a $200,000 bond.
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