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“The defendant had previously sold drugs to this particular victim on numerous occasions,” Knippen added.
Satterwhite is scheduled for arraignment on June 14. He was not in custody Wednesday in Warren or Montgomery county.
Satterwhite allegedly sold Marlow the opiods, tied to hundreds of fatal overdoses across the region, on Dec. 14.
An autopsy found Marlow died from fentanyl and cocaine intoxication.
Satterwhite had no criminal record in Dayton or Warren County until he was charged in the direct indictment announced Tuesday, according to court records.
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Now he faces a mandatory prison term if convicted of involuntary manslaughter.
Likewise Marlow showed no criminal record in Warren County, except for traffic citations and driving while under suspension.