Drug death case delayed due to delayed toxicology report

Tox­i­col­ogy reports haven’t come back yet and that’s caus­ing a delay for the man accused of invol­un­tary manslaugh­ter, 26-year-old Andrew Marin of Payne. His pre­trial hear­ing has now been resched­uled for a fourth time, while they wait for the results. Mar­tin pleaded not guilty in Sep­tem­ber to invol­un­tary manslaugh­ter, two counts of cor­rupt­ing another with drugs, and ille­gal man­u­fac­tur­ing of drugs.
The charges against Mar­tin stem from the Aug. 15 death of Payne res­i­dent 50 year old Cary Par­sons, who was found dead in his kitchen by his girl­friend. Accord­ing to author­i­ties, Mar­tin is accused of pro­vid­ing a con­trolled sub­stance that he man­u­fac­tured to Par­sons, which con­tributed to Par­sons’ death.
Another pre­trial hear­ing was set for 11 a.m. Jan. 28. Bond in the case is set at $250,000 with no 10 per­cent cash allowance.

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