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Pair charged with murder after Murfreesboro man dies of drug overdose

RUTHERFORD COUNTY, Tenn. (WZTV) — Two Middle Tennessee men are behind bars after TBI agents say they provided drugs to a Murfreesboro man who later died of an overdose. In Oct. 2019, agents joined law enforcement officers in investigating the death of Joshua Dickerson. A medical examiner determined Dickerson died from a heroin/fentanyl overdose.
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Murfreesboro, TNWKRN

2 men charged in Murfreesboro man’s drug-related death

RUTHERFORD COUNTY, Tenn. (WKRN) — Two Rutherford County men have been indicted for the drug-related death of a Murfreesboro man. The Rutherford County Fugitive Task Force arrested 36-year-old Franklyn Lotito and 38-year-old Terry Averitt in connection to the death of Joshua Dickerson. Investigators determined Dickerson’s death was caused by heroin and fentanyl toxicity. According to the TBI, Lotito and Averitt provided the drugs to Dickerson.
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Two Rutherford County Men Charged in Drug-Related Death

RUTHERFORD COUNTY – A multi-agency, multi-jurisdictional investigation by the HIDTA Overdose Death Task Force has resulted in the indictment of two Rutherford County men, in connection to the drug-related death of a Murfreesboro man. The HIDTA (High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area) Task Force is comprised of agents and investigators with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation Drug Investigation Division, DEA Tactical Diversion Group, Rutherford County Sheriff’s Department, Murfreesboro Police Department, Smyrna Police Department, LaVergne Police Department, and the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department.
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Two Murfreesboro Men Charged With 2nd Degree Murder

(MURFREESBORO) Two Rutherford County men have been indicted in connection with the drug-related death of Murfreesboro's Joshua Dickerson on October 31, 2019. The cause of death for Dickerson was determined to be an overdose caused by heroin/ fentanyl toxicity. The investigation identified Franklyn Lotito and Terry Averitt as the individuals who provided the drugs to the victim.
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