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Teen Fentanyl Overdose Track leads to Arrest of 20-Year-Old in Illinois

Teen Fentanyl Overdose Track leads to Arrest of 20-Year-Old in Illinois

Antioch, IL: Last year, a young man of seventeen years of age passed away as a result of an overdose, and the Antioch police department has apprehended the individual said to have supplied him with the drugs.

The arrest of Jack Foley, age 20, took place on February 28. The charges against him include one count of drug-induced homicide, which is a Class X felony, as well as one count of unauthorized possession of a controlled substance with the intent to supply, which is a Class 2 felony.

At approximately five o’clock in the morning on February 11, the adolescent was discovered unresponsive inside a residence located in the 400 block of Illinois Route 173. After some time had passed, it was determined that he had passed away.

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After conducting an investigation, the State’s Attorney’s Office for Lake County concluded that the youngster had died as a result of “a lethal dose of fentanyl through the consumption of Perc 30 pills.” That was the cause of death.

The teen who sold Foley the counterfeit opiate tablets that were laced with fentanyl was identified as Foley’s acquaintance, according to the Antioch police who investigated the case.

The warrant for Foley’s arrest was issued on February 22nd, and he was hauled into custody on February 28th with the warrant.

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