ARLINGTON, Tenn — UPDATE 12/21/2021 - A Shelby County Grand Jury has indicted two accused drug dealers for murder in unrelated fentanyl overdoses that left three people dead.
The Shelby County District Attorney General’s Office said 39-year-old Timothy Dunner of Raleigh was indicted on one count of second-degree murder and possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute.
Dunner is accused of providing 20-year-old Haley Moss a lethal dose of fentanyl on May 19, 2021. She was found dead at her home in Bartlett, and the cause of death was listed as acute ethanol and fentanyl intoxication.
The D.A. said 30-year-old Hunter Logan of Arlington faces two counts of second-degree murder and two counts of sale of a controlled substance with intent to distribute.
Lohan is charged in the death of 30-year-old Michael Baker, who was found dead from a fentanyl overdose at his Bartlett home on April 12, 2021. Logan is also charged in the August 2, 2021, death of 29-year-old John A. Ozment II, who was found dead from a fentanyl overdose in his garage in Cordova.
12/17/2021 - An Arlington man has been indicted in connection with two deadly fentanyl overdoses.
According to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, TBI agents and drug task force officers began investigating fentanyl being distributed in the Arlington area on November 15. Days later on November 18, the Memphis Police Department's Organized Crime Unit helped in the expanded investigation.
On Thursday, December 16, a Shelby County Grand Jury returned indictments charging Hunter Logan, 30, with two counts of second-degree homicide.
Law enforcement searched Logan's home on Reed Bend Cove in Arlington on Friday and confiscated suspected drugs and a weapon.
Logan was taken into custody and was booked in the Shelby County Jail on the two counts of second-degree homicide, along with additional charges of possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute.
As of Friday evening, no bond has been set.