The Warren County Sheriff's Department wants a drug dealer it recently arrested to face involuntary manslaughter charges after one of his users died.
It is a tool that is increasingly being used by area prosecutors to up the ante on alleged drug dealers.
Bobby Singleton III is accused of supplying the "gray death" (a combination of heroin, carfentanil, and fentanyl) that killed user Joseph Krouse on Saturday May 20, 2017. Warren County Detectives later set up a sting to buy more "gray death" from Singleton. After the Mason man brought it he was immediately arrested.