Dealer Charged in Death of a Dad
Posted by Childress on October 9, 2006
Prosecution of drug dealers should become a deterrent to dealing potentially deadly drugs. Here’s another case of a dealer being charged in the death of one of his customers:
A federal grand jury has charged a former nightclub host with selling cocaine and methadone to a businessman who died from an overdose.
Brandon Erwin, 29, used to work part-time at Blue Martini, a nightclub in the swanky International Plaza mall. Federal authorities allege in court papers that Erwin arranged ecstasy and methadone sales at the bar.
Among Erwin’s customers, authorities say, was Andrew Culver, 25, a father of two who worked recruiting accountants. Culver died in November.
An autopsy concluded Culver died of intoxication from the combined effects of cocaine and methadone, said Dick Bailey, operations manager for the Hillsborough County Medical Examiner’s Office.
If you deal drugs, take this into consideration. Do you want to be a murderer? Do you want to serve time in prison?
If you use drugs, please don’t mix them!