Abdulbaaith Adewale is a 19 years old guy, who was recently arrested for his involvement in the death of two high school students by drug overdose.
In 2021, Abdulbaaith Adewale is said to have three charges of possession of a controlled substance in 2021, and the charges were dismissed after he completed the program.
Adewale has now gotten himself in trouble again as the drug he sold has claimed the life of 17-year-old Gregory and 18-year-old Irene of The Woodland High School.
Abdulbaaith Adewale From Woodland Revealed
Abdulbaaith Adewale was charged with selling narcotics causing deaths of two teens at The Woodland High School.
Abdulbaaith is accused of selling drugs containing fentanyl that claim the lives of 17-year-old Gregory Blodgett and 18-year-old Irene Sutherland.
He has been notorious regarding the narcotics as he was previously charged for possession of controlled substances by Montgomery County in 2021.
He came into the spotlight when Montgomery County did an investigation on the double death of the teens.
Authority stated that the toxicology reports of the dead bodies showed the presence of fentanyl. So, on further investigation, their death led to Adewale.
Abdulbaaith Adewale has been arrested for selling drugs that have been the cause of death of two teens who died on May 5 by drug overdose.
Sheriff Rand Henderson of Montgomery County has said that according to the recent law passed by the Texas Legislature, they can charge those people who provide illegal narcotics that cause the death of citizens.
He added that this is a warning to whoever sells illegal drugs as the Law is directed to finding you and holding you liable for not only selling prohibited narcotics but for the death that occurs due to it.