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Atlantic City man indicted in fatal 2018 overdose in Egg Harbor Township
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Atlantic City man indicted in fatal 2018 overdose in Egg Harbor Township

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MAYS LANDING — An Atlantic City man was indicted for his alleged role in the fatal overdose of a 25-year-old woman, Atlantic County Prosecutor Damon G. Tyner said Tuesday.

Kevin Green, 28, was charged with one count of strict liability for drug-induced death, two counts of distribution of a controlled dangerous substance and one count of possession of CDS.

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The charges stem from the Oct. 27, 2018, fentanyl-induced death of Samantha Moore in Egg Harbor Township. An investigation revealed Moore purchased the fentanyl from Green earlier that day, Tyner said in a news release.

Green is being held in the Atlantic County jail.

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