Marshfield Police have recommended charges against two men who they say supplied the drugs that contributed to a Marshfield woman's death.
Police say Kayla Vanderwyst, 20, died of a heroin overdose in August. Autopsy and toxicology reports revealed that heroin, morphine and THC were found in her system.
According to a news release, Marshfield police have requested charges against Justin James Drinka, 22, of Marshfield and Trenton Joseph Blume, 23, of Unity. Police say they believe Blume and Drinka supplied the fatal dose of heroin that killed Vanderwyst.
Police requested 1st degree reckless homicide/delivery of heroin/habitual criminality on both counts against Blume and 1st degree reckless homicide/delivery of heroin/drug offense within 1000 ft. of a school/manufacture and delivery of THC/manufacture and delivery of narcotics/possession of drug paraphernalia/habitual criminality on all counts against Drinka.
The Wood County District Attorney will make the decision on whether Blume and Drinka will face charges.
We have new details about the death of a 20-year-old Marshfield woman.
An autopsy was performed Thursday on the body of Kayla Vanderwyst, who died Monday afternoon.
The coroner's office tells Newsline 9 that there was no evidence of significant natural disease or other significant injuries
Officials say they won't know a cause of death until toxicology results are back.
That will take about three weeks.
Marshfield police are still not revealing any new information about Vanderwyst's death.
Stay tuned to Newsline 9 for the latest on this investigation.