Prosecutor Dan Doe announced today that Timothy Clark Wolfe (DOB 04-02-98) of Paso Robles has been arrested and charged with the murder of the 9th prosecutor. March 2020 due to the overdose of a 19-year-old resident of Atasquadero. Wolfe is also in charge of the sale of fentanyl and its storage for the sale of alprazolam (brand name Xanax), all offences.
The murder charge was filed by Wolf, who sold the 19-year-old victim three fake pills, apparently containing 30 milligrams percocet (a mixture of oxycodone and paracetaminophen). However, the tablets sold by Wolf do contain fentanyl, a powerful synthetic opioid known to be 50 to 100 times more potent than morphine. Some children took a pill and died of fentanyl poisoning.
Wolf is accused of the theory that when he sold the pills, he knew or should have known that the pills contained fentanyl and were extremely dangerous to human life.
Buying and selling illegal drugs on the street is lethal. Even if a buyer believes that he or she is buying a pharmaceutical grade painkiller, it is impossible to know who made it, where it comes from and what’s inside. Unfortunately, as all too often happens, this leads to an overdose and death, said prosecutor Dan Doe. We will not tolerate the criminal distribution of heroin, fentanyl and other heavy drugs because too many young people are dying in our country and here in our society. Those in our society who deliberately sell these death pills are aggressively prosecuted and if the facts prove it, they are charged with murder.
Criminals in secret laboratories take illegal fentanyl, mix it with other substances and press the mixture into pills similar to pharmaceutical grade Percocet. The high potency of fentanyl significantly increases the risk of overdose, especially if the user is not aware of the presence of fentanyl in the tablet. The high potency of fentanyl makes it possible for an offender to use a less active substance in the manufacture of his pills and thus increase his profits. We’re not claiming that Wolf produced fake drugs, just that he sold them.
Wolf is scheduled for Friday the 22nd. May 2020, indicted before Section 3 of the San Luis Obispo Supreme Court in the criminal case.
The incident was investigated by the police department of Atasquadero with the help of the police department of Paso Robles and the prosecutor’s office. The investigation is still ongoing. Assistant District Attorney Michael S. Frye is in charge of the case.
If you or someone you know is an opioid addict, visit San Luis Obispo County’s Behavioral Health Services at www.slobehavioralhealth.org or call (800) 838-1381.
It is important to stress that a criminal complaint contains charges to be proved in court on the basis of evidence beyond all reasonable doubt. Any suspect is presumed innocent until proven guilty.
A copy of the complaint can be found here.
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