3 Dead in Northwest Georgia Home From Apparent Drug Overdose
KENSINGTON, Ga. (AP) Three people were found dead in a northwest Georgia house on Monday from suspected drug overdoses.
Walker County Sheriff Steve Wilson tells the Chattanooga Times Free Press that the most likely cause of death was from smoking or inhaling fentanyl, a synthetic opioid.
Dried psychedelic mushrooms, marijuana and methamphetamines were also found in the Kensington house, Wilson said.
The deceased were identified as Donald Ray Wallin, 70, and Kevin Leroy Walker, 55, both of LaFayette, and Carla Joann Quillen, 37, of Menlo.
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