Former Angels Staffer Eric K. Two counts of pitcher’s death have been indicted by a grand jury in Texas Tyler Scugs, Show court discs.
K – who worked with Angels in media relations for 24 years – was previously accused by a plaintiff of distributing fentanyl following an overdose of skis in June 2019.
But, since then the case has gone to a grand jury – which has now filed a 2-count charge against Kay.
According to documents, Kay was charged with conspiracy to possess fentanyl on 1 count with intent to distribute and 1 count of distribution of controlled substance as a result of death.
It is not clear why the case went to the grand jury after prosecutors had already announced formal formal charges against Kay. We are working on it.
As we have previously reported, the plaintiffs claim to have A text conversation Between the night of the pitcher’s overdose and between the scags.
In exchange, KA asked “Ho [sic] Lots? “… to which Sk Sk replied,” Just a few like 5. “
Law enforcement officials have said they believe K and Skugs were discussing drugs … The exchange clearly means proving that he is the one who provided a large container of infusion with a lethal dose of pills.
Law enforcement also claimed that KA provided the Skags with “30-mg xycidone tablets.” On multiple occasions.
There were scags Found dead In his hotel room at TX in Southlake in July 2019 … hours before the Angels got ready to play the Texas Rangers.
He was only 27 years old.