In neighboring Coffee County, Special Agents with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation's Drug Investigation Division obtained indictments for a Tullahoma man who is believed to be connection with two recent suspected drug-related deaths.
Following the two deaths in early June, TBI Agents joined officers from the Tullahoma and Manchester Police Departments along with the Coffee County Sheriffs Office. Authorities identified 25-year old Isaiah Kalil Clark as the individual responsible for distributing controlled substances that contained fentanyl.
The Coffee County Grand Jury returned indictments (7/9/2019), charging Isaiah Kalil Clark with two counts of Second Degree Murder and two counts of Sale of a Schedule II Controlled Substance.
On Friday (7/12/2019), following a brief foot pursuit, authorities arrested Clark and booked him into the Coffee County Jail. He was being held on $200,000 bond.
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