FLEMINGSBURG — Kentucky State Police have been contacted Sunday evening by the Fleming County Sheriff’s workplace to help in a dying investigation.
In keeping with Trooper Scott Ferrell, the incident allegedly occurred within the Ewing group in Fleming County.
With help from the Fleming County Sheriff’s workplace, KSP investigators have been notified the dying seemed to be from a drug overdose, in line with Ferrell.
Ferrell mentioned he doesn’t know right now what led the sheriff’s workplace to the overdose sufferer, Travis Gene Collins, 36, of Ewing.
Collins was pronounced deceased by Fleming County Coroner Winston Grannis in line with Ferrell.
By way of the investigation of the dying, KSP obtained info that allegedly Marcus Harrison, 37, additionally of Ewing, is the person who offered medicine for Collins, Ferrell mentioned.
A search warrant was obtained by KSP investigators for Harrison’s residence the place a number of gadgets have been positioned, in line with Ferrell.
Ferrell confirmed Harrison has been charged with second-degree manslaughter in connection to Collin’s dying.
Harrison can also be charged with trafficking in managed substances and convicted felon in possession of a firearm, Ferrell mentioned.
No different particulars are being offered proper now however Ferrell mentioned extra might be forthcoming as soon as Harrison goes to courtroom, Ferrell was undecided what date the primary courtroom look is scheduled on.
At present, Harrison is being held on the Mason County Detention Heart in line with Ferrell.
Assisted within the case by the Fleming County Sheriff’s Workplace and the Fleming County Coroner’s Workplace, Ferrell mentioned this incident stays below investigation by KSP.