Man charged after Bowling Green overdose death
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) - An Oakland man has been charged after the Bowling Green-Warren County Drug Task Force and Bowling Green Police Department investigated an overdose death.
Andrew Cartmill, 25, was charged Monday with first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance.
The DTF and BGPD conducted a joint investigation after being called to an overdose death of a 33-year-old male on Monday at Jacksons Landing Apartment in Bowling Green.
The BGPD and DTF reported they developed information indicating Cartmill was trafficking in M-30 fentanyl pills to the deceased victim.
During Cartmill’s arrest, 16 of the M-30 pills, “The Fentanyl Pill” were seized.
Police said this investigation will be turned over to Commonwealths Attorney Kori Beck Bumgardner and additional charges are possible pending a review of the victim’s toxicology report.
According to reports, M-30 pills, “The Fentanyl Pill” is an extremely dangerous substance and has resulted in many overdose deaths.
Cartmill was taken to the Warren County Regional Jail pending arraignment in Warren District Court.
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