A Lacey man who sold a lethal dose of heroin combined with fentanyl to a man who later overdosed at a WaWa in Forked River has been indicted, according to the Ocean County Prosecutors Office

32-year old Nicholas Picone faces a string of charges for the drug induced death of 29-year old Anthony Terrill Jr.

On April 8 around 2:10 am, Lacey Township Police responded to the Wawa located at 444 Route 9 South in the Forked River section following a call from employees of the store reporting an unconscious male in the bathroom.

Terrill was pronounced dead at the scene.

Lacey Officers observing signs of a drug overdose immediately, per the Prosecutor's directive, contacted the Ocean County Prosecutor's Major Crimes Unit and the Ocean County Sheriff's Criminal Investigations Unit to respond.

The ensuing investigation would lead back to Picone and link him to the death.

An autopsy by the Ocean County Medical Examiner would confirm that Terrill's death were drug induced due to lethal dose of heroin combined with fentanyl.

Picone is charged with: Count one Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance third degree, Count two Possession with Intent to Distribute a Controlled Dangerous Substance third degree, Count three Distribution of a Controlled Dangerous Substance third degree, Count four Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance third degree, Count five Possession with Intent to Distribute a Controlled Dangerous Substance third degree, Count six Distribution of a Controlled Dangerous Substance third degree, Count seven Drug Induced Death first degree, and Count eight Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance third degree.

Members of the Ocean County Prosecutors Office Major Crimes Unit and High Tech Crimes Unit, Lacey Township Police Department and the Ocean County Sheriff's Department Crime Scene Investigation Unit conducted this investigation.

Ocean County Assistant Prosecutor Kaitlyn Burke is the case prosecutor.

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