Louisville man charged by federal grand jury indictment in July overdose death
A Louisville man has now been charged with possession and distribution of heroin after a Bowling Green woman died of an overdose.
22-year-old Damone Domonique Bell of Bowling Green was charged in a criminal complaint on August 1st and subsequently charged by federal grand jury indictment yesterday, according to a press release.
In the two-count federal indictment, on July 30th, bell allegedly supplied two individuals with heroin.
One individual was found July 30th by the Bowling Green Police Department unresponsive beside a vehicle and efforts to resuscitate were unsuccessful.
That individual was pronounced dead at the Medical Center in Bowling Green.
According to that release, if convicted of both offenses, Bell could be sentenced to no less than 20 years, no more than life in prison, fined $2,000,000 and ordered to serve no less than 3 years and up to life of supervised release.