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Wilmington Woman Faces 13-Count Indictment

Wilmington Woman Faces 13-Count Indictment

A Wilmington woman, accused of selling drugs to a person who later died from an overdose, now faces a 13-count indictment. Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine said 33-year-old Brandy Camp is accused of causing the March death of 38-year-old Richard Campbell, Jr., after she sold him a combination of heroin and fentanyl, which he overdosed on.

 

A Clinton County Grand Jury indicted camp on charges of involuntary manslaughter, reckless homicide, trafficking in heroin, aggravated trafficking in drugs, possession of heroin, endangering children, tampering with evidence, possession of criminal tools, and receiving stolen property.

 

"This case should send a strong message to heroin dealers in this state that they will be held accountable if the drugs they sell cause a deadly overdose," said Attorney General DeWine. "State and local law enforcement are taking the heroin epidemic very seriously, and we will not allow those who cause overdose deaths to get away with it unpunished."

 

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