Two Arrested In Connection With Montara Fentanyl Death

Two people have been arrested in connection with several drug-related crimes following the death of a man last year from an overdose of fentanyl.

Two Arrested In Connection With Montara Fentanyl Death

PACIFICA (CBS SF) — Two people have been arrested in connection with several drug-related crimes following the death of a man last year from an overdose of fentanyl.

Ronald Johnson, 50, and Lisa Anderson, 48, were arrested Thursday on suspicion of sales of a controlled substance, maintaining or operating a drug house, conspiracy and inflicting great bodily harm, according to the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office.

In March, deputies began an investigation into the death of Aaron McGregor, a Montara resident who died last year from a lethal dose of
fentanyl.

Investigators identified two suspects responsible for selling McGregor the fentanyl, deputies said.

On Thursday, detectives obtained arrest warrants for Johnson and Anderson and a warrant to search their residence in Pacifica.

Both suspects were taken into custody without incident, and a search of their residence resulted in the seizure of 15 firearms, suspected
fentanyl and additional paraphernalia, deputies said.

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BROOKLINE (CBS) — More than half of the residents at CareOne in Brookline have tested positive for coronavirus, the town announced Thursday. At least 45 of the 87 residents have coronavirus.

Of the town’s 16 deaths so far, 14 were residents at CareOne.

Thirteen staff members have also tested positive.

“Our team has also been made aware of — and has expressed concern — about CareOne admitting new residents, though we support CareOne’s efforts to assist hospitals’ ability to care for patients with more dire needs as a result of COVID-19,” said a statement from Director of Health and Human Services Dr. Swannie Jett. “CareOne has been evaluated for infection control by Massachusetts General Hospital and passed the internal inspection. In addition, CareOne has agreed to continue weekly inspections for infection control while they admit new patients in response to the COVID-19 crisis.”

Long-term care facilities in Massachusetts have been hard hit by the coronavirus. More than 8,430 residents and staff have tested positive. As of Thursday, 1,316 residents in those facilities have died from the virus.

There are a total of 228 cases of coronavirus in Brookline.

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