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heroin dealer gets 11 years in prison in hennepin county for overdose death


a man once considered to be one of minnesota’s most prolific heroin dealers was sentenced on thursday to 11 years in prison after being convicted of murder in the overdose death of a customer.jaime mcclellan, 33, has been linked to at least two overdose deaths, including 24-year-old alex milun, who died in october 2015.in court wednesday, mcclellan admitted selling the drugs that eventually killed milun, according to the hennepin county attorney’s office. mcclellan had also been charged in anoka county for dealing heroin, but as part of a plea agreement those charges were dropped. anoka county called mcclellan “a major distributor of heroin” when he was charged.mcclellan told milun’s family during the sentencing thursday that he was sorry for “the harm i’ve done” during his sentencing hear






heroin dealer becomes 13th hennepin county murder conviction for overdose deaths


a man once considered to be one of minnesota's most prolific heroin dealers was sentenced on thursday to 11 years in prison after being convicted of murder in the overdose death of a customer.jaime mcclellan, 33, has been linked to at least two overdose deaths, including 24-year-old alex milun, who died in october 2015.in court wednesday, mcclellan admitted selling the drugs that eventually killed milun, according to the hennepin county attorney's office. mcclellan had also been charged in anoka county for dealing heroin, but as part of a plea agreement those charges were dropped. anoka county called mcclellan "a major distributor of heroin" when he was charged. mcclellan told milun's family during the sentencing thursday that he was sorry for "the harm i've done" during his sentencing hea






heroin dealer sentenced in 2 deaths, faces charges in 3 more


minneapolis (ap) — a twin cities heroin dealer has been sentenced to 14 years in prison for the overdose deaths of two men and still faces murder charges in the drugs deaths of three others.thirty-one-year-old beverly burrell, of maplewood, was convicted of third-degree murder in the death of max tillitt and luke ronnei. their family members told hennepin county district judge paul scoggin about the never-ending pain of losing a loved one to heroin addiction.the star tribune reports tillitt’s father, stephen, told the judge his 21-year-old son knew the dangers of using drugs, but that the addiction was overpowering. hennepin county attorney thad tudor calls burrell the most prolific heroin dealer the county has seen.burrell also faces third-degree murder charges for selling heroin that kil






twin cities heroin dealer gets 14 years for overdose deaths of two men


a prolific twin cities heroin dealer was sentenced to 14 years in prison thursday for the overdose deaths of two men.the sentence was the conclusion of the first two cases linking beverly burrell, 31, of maplewood, to the drug overdose deaths of five men. in each of those cases, burrell, known as ice on the street, was charged with third-degree murder for supplying the heroin.earlier this year, hennepin county district judge paul scoggins ruled burrell sold the fatal doses that killed max tillitt, 21, of eden prairie, in september 2015 and luke ronnei, 20, of chanhassen, in january 2016. he is expected to sentence her thursday.hennepin county attorney mike freeman, who is prosecuting four of the five cases, announced the first of the charges against burrell last summer, pointing out that s






heroin dealer burrell guilty of murder in another overdose death


a hennepin county judge has found a maplewood woman guilty of her second murder conviction for selling heroin to someone who overdosed and died.beverly "ice" burrell, 31, sold heroin to max tillitt in september 2015, who took it in a motel room and overdosed as his girlfriend and baby were in the room. in emotional testimony during burrell's trial, tillitt's girlfriend described him as immediately losing control of his body and vomiting when he injected the heroin, which was mixed with meth.paul scoggin, the same judge who convicted burrell of killing tillitt, also found her guilty of murder for the overdose death of lucas ronnei after she sold him heroin in january 2016.burrell still faces two more third-degree murder charges in hennepin county and another in sherburne county.






heroin dealer burrell guilty of murder in another overdose death


a hennepin county judge has found a maplewood woman guilty of her second murder conviction for selling heroin to someone who overdosed and died.beverly “ice” burrell, 31, sold heroin to max tillitt in september 2015, who took it in a motel room and overdosed as his girlfriend and baby were in the room. in emotional testimony during burrell’s trial, tillitt’s girlfriend described him as immediately losing control of his body and vomiting when he injected the heroin, which was mixed with meth.paul scoggin, the same judge who convicted burrell of killing tillitt, also found her guilty of murder for the overdose death of lucas ronnei after she sold him heroin in january 2016.burrell still faces two more third-degree murder charges in hennepin county and another in sherburne county.






heroin dealer beverly burrell guilty of murder in another overdose death


a hennepin county judge has found a maplewood woman guilty of her second murder conviction for selling heroin to someone who overdosed and died.beverly "ice" burrell, 31, sold heroin to max tillitt in september 2015, who took it in a motel room and overdosed as his girlfriend and baby were in the room. in emotional testimony during burrell's trial, tillitt's girlfriend described him as immediately losing control of his body and vomiting when he injected the heroin, which was mixed with meth.paul scoggin, the same judge who convicted burrell of killing tillitt, also found her guilty of murder for the overdose death of lucas ronnei after she sold him heroin in january 2016.burrell still faces two more third-degree murder charges in hennepin county and another in sherburne county.brandon stah






heroin dealer accused in 5 overdose deaths found guilty of murder


minneapolis – a hennepin county district court judge has found a minnesota woman accused in several overdose deaths guilty of at least one murder for selling heroin to a 20-year-old chanhassen man who fatally overdosed just hours after the transaction, reports cbs minnesota.playvideocbs evening newsfrightening overdose rates fueled by deadly heroin-fentanyl mix in just one year, more than 29,000 people lost their lives to an overdose of heroin or prescription painkillers in america. that is an increase o... judge paul scoggin found beverly burrell guilty of third-degree murder in the death of lucas ronnei. the station reports that burrell is also charged with third-degree murder in the deaths of four other men. investigators say she sold them heroin laced with fentanyl, the powerful drug t






twin cities heroin dealer gets 14 years for 2 overdose deaths


moments before a prolific twin cities heroin dealer was sentenced to more than 14 years in prison for the overdose deaths of two men, the father and brother of one victim made a plea for leniency, stunning some of those in the hennepin county courtroom.the revelation came thursday at the first sentencing for beverly burrell, who was tried and convicted of third-degree murder in the deaths of max tillitt and luke ronnei in a statewide push to get heroin off the streets by going after distributors.burrell, 31, of maplewood, known on the streets as “ice,” also faces third-degree murder charges for selling heroin that killed three other men.broken with grief, family members of tillitt and ronnei stood before hennepin county district judge paul scoggin to talk about the never-ending pain of los






twin cities heroin drug dealer to be sentenced today for 2 fatal overdoses


a hennepin county judge is expected to decide thursday how much prison time to give a twin cities heroin dealer in connection with the deaths of two minnesota men.the two cases are the first to be tried linking beverly burrell, 31, of maplewood, to the drug overdose deaths of five men. in each of those cases, burrell, known as ice on the street, was charged with third-degree murder for supplying the heroin.earlier this year, hennepin county district judge paul scoggins ruled burrell sold the fatal doses that killed max tillitt, 21, of eden prairie, in september 2015 and luke ronnei, 20, of chanhassen, in january 2016. he is expected to sentence her thursday.hennepin county attorney mike freeman, who is prosecuting four of the five cases, announced the first of the charges against burrell l






police: twin cities man who overdosed on heroin met dealer via reddit


a man who died of a fatal heroin overdose met his dealer through a popular online news site and discussion board, according to court records filed in hennepin county.two men have been charged with murder after police say they found andrew logan jennings, 23, dead of a heroin overdose in his st. louis park apartment on may 23.after reviewing jennings’ iphone, they found that he had a conversation with zachary gontard, whom he met on a reddit message board called “opiaterollcall,” according to search warrants filed in hennepin county.a username connected to gontard posted, “i can help in 612. i’m easy,” according to the court records.that user sent a message to jennings, asking “are you the reddit person”?“yes,” replied jennings, who asked if he could purchase heroin.they agreed to meet at a






police: twin cities man who overdosed on heroin met dealer via reddit


a man who died of a fatal heroin overdose met his dealer through a popular online news site and discussion board, according to court records filed in hennepin county.two men have been charged with murder after police say they found andrew logan jennings, 23, dead of a heroin overdose in his st. louis park apartment on may 23.after reviewing jennings’ iphone, they found that he had a conversation with zachary gontard, whom he met on a reddit message board called “opiaterollcall,” according to search warrants filed in hennepin county.reddit appears to have shut down the “opiaterollcall” board. however, another reddit board is running that appears to function as a communication between dealers and users.reddit did not respond to a request for comment.after seeing a post from jennings on the “






edina man killed by fentanyl overdose is id'd; drug dealer charged with murder


a 27-year-old man fatally overdosed on fentanyl in his edina apartment, and a minneapolis man suspected of providing the drug is now charged with murder.longtime criminal anthony west, 43, was charged in hennepin county district court with third-degree murder in connection with the feb. 25 death. west appeared in court monday and remains jailed in lieu of $500,000 bail.the victim, identified by the hennepin county medical examiner's office as andrew j. rau, died from an overdose of fentanyl, a powerful synthetic opioid whose street use has surged and led to a growing number of deaths in minnesota and elsewhere.prosecutors around the state have been increasingly seeking murder charges against dealers who sell heroin, fentanyl and other illicit drugs that kill someone.at the time of his deat






maplewood woman found guilty in overdose death of chanhassen man


a maplewood woman charged in the heroin overdose deaths of five men was found guilty tuesday of third-degree murder in one of the first cases to go to trial.hennepin county district judge paul scoggins ruled that beverly burrell, 31, provided the fatal dose of heroin to luke ronnei, 20, of chanhassen.“it’s a nice victory,” said ronnei’s mother, colleen ronnei. “it’s one down and four to go. it’s not just about luke, but it’s also about the other young men too.”besides ronnei’s death, burrell, known as “ice” on the streets, also faces third-degree murder charges in the deaths of max tillitt, 21, of eden prairie; nick petrick, 29, of new prague; dustin peltier, 31, of st. cloud, and spencer johnson, who died of an overdose in a columbia heights sober home.the judge, who also heard arguments






prison inmate gets 7 years in heroin death of naperville man


a drug dealer will spend seven more years in prison after being convicted of supplying the heroin that killed a naperville man nearly four years ago.troy w. dunham, 24, formerly of bolingbrook, was to be released from prison july 21 after serving time for a 2014 case in which he sold heroin to undercover agents of will county's metropolitan area narcotics squad, court and prison records showed.instead, he will remain incarcerated for selling heroin to connor e. "chub" kelly, 21, of naperville, which kelly took and overdosed on in september 2013, according to court records.authorities charged dunham with drug-induced homicide, a class x felony, last year in connection with kelly's death. he pleaded guilty may 30 to that charge and was sentenced to seven years in prison by will county circui






drug dealer sent to prison for overdose death of orono man


a st. paul man who won dismissal of a murder charge in exchange for pleading guilty to drug dealing has been sentenced to several years in prison in connection with the overdose death of a man in his orono home.garyegus l. cooper, 39, was given a term of 8⅓ years during sentencing last week in hennepin county district court. with credit for time in jail since his arrest, cooper will serve nearly five years in prison and the balance on supervised release.cooper admitted to second-degree sale of a controlled substance, a transaction that killed 33-year-old david a. mack-bohnhoff in june 2016. authorities dropped a count of third-degree murder, which would have meant a harsher sentence upon conviction.an autopsy determined that mack-bohnhoff died from ingesting a mixture of fentanyl and alcoh






drug dealer pleads guilty to supplying orono man with fatal overdose


a st. paul drug dealer and repeat felon has pleaded guilty to supplying the heroin and fentanyl that led to one of his customers dying from an overdose.garyegus l. cooper, 39, entered his plea tuesday in hennepin county district court, admitting to second-degree sale of a controlled substance in connection with the june 2016 death of 33-year-old david a. mack-bohnhoff, of orono.cooper is scheduled to be sentenced on dec. 21 to a term of 8⅓ years. with credit for time in jail, cooper will serve the first five years in prison and the balance on supervised release. he had been charged with third-degree murder, a count that would have meant a harsher sentence.an autopsy determined that mack-bohnhoff died from ingesting a mixture of fentanyl and alcohol, with recent heroin use as a contributing






bail bond operator pleads guilty to forgery in heroin dealer's case


a champlin bail bonds operator pleaded guilty on tuesday to forging a bond that allowed a heroin dealer accused of murder to temporarily go free.anthony hanson, 45, was the director of ability bail bonds in minneapolis when the company was contacted in may 2016 by beverly burrell, who was facing third-degree murder charges for selling heroin that led to an overdose death.burrell’s associates paid the company $18,500 to post a $300,000 bond, according to the hennepin county attorney’s office. but the company only had the bonding authority to put up $100,000 bond, so hanson “used glue, tweezers and a scissors to cut a 5 from a $5,000 bond and glue it over the 1 in the $100,000 bond. he then forged his wife’s signature on the bond,” according to the county attorney.burrell was free for four d






edina man killed by fentanyl overdose is id'd; drug dealer charged with murder


a 27-year-old man fatally overdosed on fentanyl in his edina apartment, and a minneapolis man suspected of providing the fatal drug is now charged with murder.longtime criminal anthony west, 43, was charged in hennepin county district court with third-degree murder in connection with the feb. 25 death. west appeared in court monday and remains jailed in lieu of $500,000 bail.the 27-year-old victim, identified by the hennepin county medical examiner's office as andrew j. rau, died from an overdose of fentanyl, a powerful synthetic opioid whose street use has surged and led to several deaths in minnesota and elsewhere.prosecutors around the state have been increasingly seeking murder charges against dealers who sell heroin, fentanyl and other illicit drugs that kill someone.according to the






champlin man who ran bail bond firm pleads guilty to forgery in heroin dealer's


a champlin man who operated a bail bonds company pleaded guilty on tuesday to forging a bond that allowed a heroin dealer accused of murder to temporarily go free.anthony hanson, 45, was the director of ability bail bonds in minneapolis when the company was contacted in may 2016 by beverly burrell, who was facing third-degree murder charges for selling heroin that led to an overdose death.burrell’s associates paid the company $18,500 to post a $300,000 bond, according to the hennepin county attorney’s office. but the company only had the bonding authority to put up $100,000 bond, so hanson “used glue, tweezers and a scissors to cut a 5 from a $5,000 bond and glue it over the 1 in the $100,000 bond. he then forged his wife’s signature on the bond,” according to the county attorney.burrell w






champlin man who ran bail bond firm pleads guilty to forgery in heroin dealer's


a champlin man who operated a bail bonds company pleaded guilty on tuesday to forging a bond that allowed a heroin dealer accused of murder to temporarily go free.anthony hanson, 45, was the director of ability bail bonds in minneapolis when the company was contacted in may 2016 by beverly burrell, who was facing third-degree murder charges for selling heroin that led to an overdose death.burrell's associates paid the company $18,500 to post a $300,000 bond, according to the hennepin county attorney's office. but the company only had the bonding authority to put up $100,000 bond, so hanson "used glue, tweezers and a scissors to cut a 5 from a $5,000 bond and glue it over the 1 in the $100,000 bond. he then forged his wife's signature on the bond," according to the county attorney.burrell w






edina man killed by fentanyl overdose is id'd; drug dealer charged with murder


a 27-year-old man fatally overdosed on fentanyl in his edina apartment, and a minneapolis man suspected of providing the fatal drug is now charged with murder.longtime criminal anthony west, 43, was charged in hennepin county district court with third-degree murder in connection with the feb. 25 death. west appeared in court monday and remains jailed in lieu of $500,000 bail.the 27-year-old victim, identified by the hennepin county medical examiner’s office as andrew j. rau, died from an overdose of fentanyl, a powerful synthetic opioid whose street use has surged and led to several deaths in minnesota and elsewhere.prosecutors around the state have been increasingly seeking murder charges against dealers who sell heroin, fentanyl and other illicit drugs that kill someone.according to the






edina man killed by fentanyl overdose is id'd; drug dealer charged with murder


a 27-year-old man fatally overdosed on fentanyl in his edina apartment, and a minneapolis man suspected of providing the fatal drug is now charged with murder.longtime criminal anthony west, 43, was charged in hennepin county district court with third-degree murder in connection with the feb. 25 death. west appeared in court monday and remains jailed in lieu of $500,000 bail.the 27-year-old victim, identified by the hennepin county medical examiner's office as andrew j. rau, died from an overdose of fentanyl, a powerful synthetic opioid whose street use has surged and led to several deaths in minnesota and elsewhere.prosecutors around the state have been increasingly seeking murder charges against dealers who sell heroin, fentanyl and other illicit drugs that kill someone.according to the






prosecutors will seek maximum possible sentence for convicted bloomington heroin


hennepin county prosecutors say they will seek the maximum possible sentence for a convicted bloomington heroin dealer as part of efforts to crack down on the opioid's hold on minnesota.a jury found 30-year-old igor albantov guilty of first-degree sale of heroin friday afternoon after four hours' deliberation. he is scheduled for sentencing may 26 and hennepin county attorney mike freeman's office said they will seek an 11-year prison term, the maximum allowed under the minnesota sentencing guidelines."this office, along with county attorneys throughout minnesota, worked hard last year to get the minnesota legislature to go easier on people possessing and selling a small amount of drugs," freeman said in a statement. "at the same time, we successfully argued for longer sentences for bigger






prosecutors will seek maximum possible sentence for convicted bloomington heroin


hennepin county prosecutors say they will seek the maximum possible sentence for a convicted bloomington heroin dealer as part of efforts to crack down on the opioid’s hold on minnesota.a jury found 30-year-old igor albantov guilty of first-degree sale of heroin friday afternoon after four hours’ deliberation. he is scheduled for sentencing may 26 and hennepin county attorney mike freeman’s office said they will seek an 11-year prison term, the maximum allowed under the minnesota sentencing guidelines.“this office, along with county attorneys throughout minnesota, worked hard last year to get the minnesota legislature to go easier on people possessing and selling a small amount of drugs,” freeman said in a statement. “at the same time, we successfully argued for longer sentences for bigger






connecticut man pleads guilty in son’s overdose death


stamford, conn. (ap) — a connecticut man has pleaded guilty to criminally negligent homicide for supplying the heroin that led to his adult son’s overdose death.the stamford advocate (http://bit.ly/2ya7caw ) reports that 58-year-old mark lynch, of new canaan, faces three years behind bars after pleading guilty last week in the september 2016 death of 25-year-old christopher lynch. police say the younger man was visiting his father when he was given the heroin that led to the fatal overdose.formal sentencing is scheduled for dec. 15. lynch also faces seven years of special parole upon release.mark lynch had faced up to 10 years in prison if convicted of second-degree manslaughter.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.his lawyer says lynch “mourns the loss of his son ever






edina man dies from fentanyl overdose; drug dealer charged with murder


an edina man fatally overdosed on fentanyl, and a minneapolis man suspect of providing the fatal drug is now charged with murder.longtime criminal anthony west, 43, was charged in hennepin county district court with third-degree murder in connection with the feb. 25 death. west appeared in court monday and remains jailed in lieu of $500,000 bail.the 27-year-old victim, identified only by his initials in the criminal complaint, died from an overdose of fentanyl, a powerful synthetic opioid whose street use has surged and led to several deaths in minnesota and elsewhere.prosecutors around the state have been increasingly seeking murder charges against dealers who sell heroin, fentanyl and other illicit drugs that kill someone.according to the criminal complaint:police were called to a home n






edina man dies from fentanyl overdose; drug dealer charged with murder


an edina man fatally overdosed on fentanyl, and a minneapolis man suspected of providing the fatal drug is now charged with murder.longtime criminal anthony west, 43, was charged in hennepin county district court with third-degree murder in connection with the feb. 25 death. west appeared in court monday and remains jailed in lieu of $500,000 bail.the 27-year-old victim, identified only by his initials in the criminal complaint, died from an overdose of fentanyl, a powerful synthetic opioid whose street use has surged and led to several deaths in minnesota and elsewhere.prosecutors around the state have been increasingly seeking murder charges against dealers who sell heroin, fentanyl and other illicit drugs that kill someone.according to the criminal complaint:police were called to a home






woodmere man arrested in heroin overdose, police say


a woodmere man was arrested and charged with selling heroin to another man who overdosed on it in lynbrook, police said thursday.the overdose victim was administered narcan and was hospitalized for treatment, police said.advertisement | advertise on newsdaythe seller, josef dahari, 35, of howard avenue was awaiting arraignment thursday in first district court in hempstead on three drug charges and a one charge of resisting arrest, nassau county police said.lynbrook village police had responded to a report of an overdose in the village at 1:15 p.m. wednesday and treated the man, police said.detectives from the nassau county narcotics vice bureau and lynbrook police were able to identify dahari as the dealer and arranged to meet him at the cvs parking lot on merrick road in lynbrook, police






man gets 8 years for heroin overdose death in mchenry county


a man was sentenced to eight years in prison thursday for selling a fatal dose of heroin to a man who died at his home in port barrington.in an agreement with mchenry county prosecutors, rolando aguilar, 28, of wauconda, pleaded guilty to drug-induced homicide in the death of michael marudecki.aguilar sold the heroin that marudecki ingested before his overdose death in his basement at age 28 on feb. 11, 2015, istant state's attorney randi freese said.marudecki's father, james marudecki, wrote a statement that was read in court, describing his son as a hard-working family man who left a longtime friend and a 7-year-old daughter."how do you explain to a child the death of her father?" his father wrote. "life is so precious, and can be gone in a heartbeat, as we learned."suburban chicago arre






maplewood woman found guilty in overdose death of chanhassen man


a maplewood woman charged in the heroin overdose deaths of five men was found guilty tuesday of third-degree murder in one of the first cases to go to trial.hennepin county district judge paul scoggins ruled that burrell, 31, provided the fatal dose of heroin to luke ronnei, 20, of chanhassen.according to trial testimony last week, ronnei was picked up by a friend and they drove to a parking lot of minneapolis restaurant, where the friend met with burrell and bought heroin with money provided by ronnei.they drove to ronnei's home, where ronnei remained in his room through the night. his parents, who planned to take their son to the doctor the next morning, could hear him snoring at 9:30 a.m. but when they went into his room two hours later, they found him unconscious.the judge made note of






maplewood woman found guilty in overdose death of chanhassen man


a maplewood woman charged in the heroin overdose deaths of five men was found guilty tuesday of third-degree murder in one of the first cases to go to trial.hennepin county district judge paul scoggins ruled that burrell, 31, provided the fatal dose of heroin to luke ronnei, 20, of chanhassen.according to trial testimony last week, ronnei was picked up by a friend and they drove to a parking lot of minneapolis restaurant, where the friend met with burrell and bought heroin with money provided by ronnei.they drove to ronnei’s home, where ronnei remained in his room through the night. his parents, who planned to take their son to the doctor the next morning, could hear him snoring at 9:30 a.m. but when they went into his room two hours later, they found him unconscious.the judge made note of






dealer who bragged of his heroin's deadly potency given 6 years in prison


a heroin supplier who prosecutors say wielded violence to protect his drug empire and flaunted his riches with a lavish lifestyle was sentenced to 37 years in prison thursday by a federal judge who found him responsible for the slaying of an informant. after two days of evidence and arguments,...






woodmere man arrested in heroin overdose, police say


a woodmere man was arrested and charged with selling heroin to another person who overdosed on it in lynbrook, police said thursday.the overdose victim was administered narcan and was hospitalized for treatment, police said.advertisement | advertise on newsdaythe seller, josef dahari, 35, of howard avenue, was awaiting arraignment thursday in first district court in hempstead on three drug charges and a one charge of resisting arrest, nassau county police said.lynbrook village police had responded to a report of an overdose in the village at 1:15 p.m. wednesday and treated the person, police said.detectives from the nassau county narcotics vice bureau and lynbrook police were able to identify dahari as the dealer and arranged to meet him at the cvs parking lot on merrick road in lynbrook,






authorities: man supplied heroin linked to overdose deaths


new haven, conn. (ap) — a connecticut man has pleaded guilty to providing heroin involved in two overdose deaths last year.the u.s. attorney’s office says nestor santana, of new london, pleaded guilty wednesday in new haven federal court to a heroin distribution charge. he faces up to 40 years in prison when he’s sentenced in december.authorities say a 17-year-old girl was found unresponsive of a suspected heroin overdose at a groton motel last may. she was taken to the hospital where she was later pronounced dead.prosecutors say a 34-year-old woman was found dead on a bathroom floor in an apartment days later. officials determined her death was caused by “acute ethanol and fentanyl intoxication.”most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.authorities say santana supplied the






lake villa man sold heroin that killed gurnee-area woman, police say


a lake villa man has been charged with drug-induced homicide stemming from the overdose death of a 33-year-old woman in unincorporated gurnee, police said.glenn e. trauthwein, 35, was arrested thursday by the lake county sheriff’s gang task force in connection with the march 3 death of collen j. todorovic in the 18700 block of west highfield drive, according to a lake county sheriff’s department news release.he was also charged with unlawful delivery of a controlled substance.sheriff’s deputies found todorovic unconscious and not breathing in her home, and attempted to reverse the effects of an opioid overdose by administering naloxone and attempting life-saving measures. they were not unsuccessful and todorovic was pronounced dead, authorities said.the gang task force’s investigation dete






when muslims got blocked at american airports, u.s. veterans rushed to help


jeffrey buchalter was reflooring his foyer in chesapeake beach, md., and listening to msnbc over the weekend when he heard the news: an iraqi who had worked with american forces as an interpreter had been stopped from entering the u.s. under a new executive order on immigration from president trump.the story stopped him cold. buchalter, an army veteran who works as a law-enforcement instructor at the department of homeland security, had served multiple tours of duty as a military policeman in iraq, service that cost him dearly.he was decorated for injuries sustained from gunfire and improvised explosive devices. exams revealed he’d suffered herniated discs, traumatic brain injury and post-traumatic stress disorder, and he spent 2 ½ years at walter reed army medical center trying to get rig