Man Who Supplied Synthetic Drug Charged with Murder

A Blaine man was arrested Friday in connection with a mass drug overdose at a party that killed a 19-year-old Coon Rapids man and hospitalized 10 others.
Timothy R. Lamere, 21, was arrested on suspicion of third-degree murder for allegedley buying and supplying a synthetic hallucinogen to party goers on Wednesday at a house party in Blaine, according to the Pioneer Press.
The man who died was identified as 19-year-old Trevor Robinson of Coon Rapids. He reportedly snorted the drug, began screaming and punching the walls, then he stopped breathing, and died at a hospital hours later, according to the Star Tribune.
The drug is known as 2C-E and is a strong hallucinogen. Lamere isn't beingjailed but is under police custody.

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