14 people indicted for 9 fatal overdose cases over last two years

"These cases represent just a small fraction of a horrible epidemic that is sweeping our country"

CHATTANOOGA (WDEF) – The Chattanooga Narcotics Unit has been busy.

Today, they announced indictments against 14 different people.

They involve fatal overdose cases over the last couple of years.

In a statement, CPD officials say ” These investigations have been long in duration and extensive in scope.”

Here are the cases:

Overdose Death 8-14-2020

Indicted: Skylar Lewis B/M 8-2-1991 Charges: 2nd Degree Murder

 

Overdose Death 9-11-2020

Indicted: Hunter Rogers W/M 10-9-1996 Charges: Criminally Negligent Homicide, Tampering with Evidence

Indicted: Genea Davis W/F 11-02-1977 Charges: Criminally Negligent Homicide, Tampering with Evidence

 

Overdose Death 4-22-2021

Indicted: Dustin Parris W/M 11-5-1980 Charges: 2nd Degree Murder, Delivery of Fentanyl

Indicted: Mistee Howard W/F 4-10-1977 Charges: Facilitation of 2nd Degree Murder

 

Overdose Death 6-20-2021

Indicted: Joshua Santana W/M 11-07-1997 Charges: Delivery of Methamphetamine

Indicted: Skylar Lewis B/M 8-2-1991 Charges: Delivery of Fentanyl

Indicted: Nathan Hudson W/M 2-4-1978 Charges: Delivery of Fentanyl

Indicted: Malik Massey B/M 10-18-1996 Charges: Delivery of Fentanyl, Tampering with Evidence

Indicted: Keith Pointer B/M 4-28-1981 Charges: Delivery of Methamphetamine, Facilitation to Deliver Heroin, Tampering with Evidence

 

Overdose Death 8-27-2021

Indicted: Taylor Neely W/F 4-11-1997 Charges: 2nd Degree Murder

 

Overdose Death 9-20-2021

Indicted: Kori Konran W/F 9-11-1992 Charges: 2nd Degree Murder

 

Overdose Death 11-29-2021

Indicted: Joshua Wilson W/M 10-13-1990 Charges: 2nd Degree Murder

 

Overdose Death 2-9-2022

Indicted: Cheyenne Anglea W/F 4-18-1993 Charges: 2nd Degree Murder

 

Overdose Death 2-17-2022

Arrest Warrant: Ryan Blainey W/M 10-25-1987 Charges: 2nd Degree Murder

 

“These cases represent just a small fraction of a horrible epidemic that is sweeping our country, and impacting our community. We hope by bringing these offenders to justice that the families can have some closure, and our community can feel a little safer”- Zac McCullough, Assistant Chief over Investigations.

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