Man gets 8 years for sell­ing fa­tal heroin hit

Dayton Daily News - - LOCAL & STATE -

A man ac­cused of sell­ing a fa­tal hit of heroin to a Belle­fontaine man pleaded guilty as part of a deal be­fore his trial was set to start Tues­day morn­ing.

Do­minique B. Woodum, of Mont­gomery County, ac­cepted the charge of cor­rupt­ing an­other with drugs, a sec­ond de­gree felony, ac­cord­ing to Lo­gan County Pros­e­cu­tor Eric Ste­wart. Woodum was sen­tenced to eight years in prison.

He was ac­cused of sell­ing heroin to Eric Pooler, who then fa­tally over­dosed on Nov. 30, 2016, ac­cord­ing to court doc­u­ments. His body was al­legedly later moved to an­other lo­ca­tion and was found three days later in his pickup truck.

Woodum was orig­i­nally charged with in­vol­un­tary man­slaugh­ter, tam­per­ing with ev­i­dence, abuse of a corpse and pos­ses­sion of co­caine.

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