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|Probe continues into teen's death|
Catahoula Parish Sheriff James Kelly said the investigation into the death of a Concordia Parish teenager is continuing.
"We plan on interviewing more people," Kelly said this week.
Two Catahoula Parish men have been booked with second degree murder in the April 26 death of Sara Morgan, 17, a senior at Monterey High School.
Charged with supplying drugs that resulted in the death of Morgan are Wedon Mark McMillin, 28, 290 Taylor Road, and Harvey Savage Jr., 27, of Jonesville. Bond was set at $200,000 each by Judge Leo Boothe.
Kelly said Morgan was spending the night with a friend on Tew Lake Road in Catahoula Parish when the following morning she could not be awakened.
Morgan was transported to the LaSalle Parish Hospital in Jena where she was pronounced dead.
There are four clauses in Louisiana law (R.S. 14:30.1) in which second degree murder can be charged, including:
"When the offender unlawfully distributes or dispenses a controlled dangerous substance listed in Schedules I through V of the Uniform Controlled Dangerous Substances Law, or any combination thereof, which is the direct cause of the death of the recipient who ingested or consumed the controlled dangerous substance" or when the offender distributes "to another who subsequently distributes or dispenses such controlled dangerous substance which is the direct cause of death of the person who ingested or consumed the controlled dangerous substance."
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