Eau Claire (WQOW) – An Eau Claire man charged in connection with the drug overdose death of an area woman is going to prison.
Judge Shaughnessy Murphy sentenced Jariel Riley to eight years behind bars on Thursday.
He was accused of supplying drugs to Antoinette Allen, 28, of Cornell.
She was found not breathing at a home on Lexington Avenue in December 2016. She died at the hospital with a toxic level of fentanyl and a residue of heroin in her system.
Posted September 2017
Eau Claire (WQOW) – An Eau Claire man faces charges connected to the drug overdose death of a woman in Eau Claire last December.
Jariel Riley is accused of supplying heroin to 28-year old Antoinette Allen, of Cornell. She was found not breathing at a home on Lexington Boulevard, and died after being taken to the hospital. An autopsy showed she had a toxic level of fentanyl and a metabolite of heroin in her system. Police say a search of Allen’s Facebook page showed a conversation with Riley in which he appears to set up a meeting to supply her with cocaine and possibly heroin.