The Georgia Bureau of Investigation has issued a press release on three November deaths in Camden County.
The state agency now says all three were fentanyl-related.
On Thursday, November 8, 2018, law enforcement agencies in Camden County responded to three separate deaths. Andrew Jacob Bargman, 57, Antone Moncrieff, 27, and Melissa Nelson, 41, were all found deceased within hours of one another and all in various locations throughout Camden County.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation, the St. Marys Police Department, the Kingsland Police Department, and the Camden County Sheriff’s Office conducted an investigation into the deaths in an effort to determine the cause and if there was a connection between the deaths. Crime Lab examinations determined that all three died as a result of acute Fentanyl and Cocaine Toxicity.
From the press release:
As a result of the investigation, on November 8, 2018, Alonzo Davis, 39 years old, was arrested on outstanding warrants. On December 27, 2018, additional warrants were taken on Alonzo Davis, two counts of O.C.G.A.16-13-30, the Distribution or Sale of a Controlled Substance, Fentanyl and Cocaine, and one count of O.C.G.A.16-5-1, Felony Murder, reference the death of Antone Moncrieff. On January 15, 2019, Rashaad Penta Hines, 41 years old, was arrested for one count of O.C.G.A.16-13-30, the Distribution or Sale of a Controlled Substance, Fentanyl and Cocaine, and one count of O.C.G.A.16-5-1, Felony Murder, reference the death of Andrew Jacob Bargman.
The investigation continues and anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Camden County Sheriff’s Office Tip Line at 912-510-5163 or the Georgia Bureau of Investigation at 912-729-6198.