Man found dead of overdose at Ohio state park, woman jailed
Guernsey County, Ohio – Shelby Moeller, 28, of Guernsey County, was found guilty of providing drugs in an overdose death on March 16, according to a press release from the Muskingum County Prosecutor.
Mourer was sentenced to eight to 12 years in prison for the overdose death of 44-year-old Andy Marshall.
She previously served a prosecutor’s complaint containing one first-degree felony count for involuntary manslaughter, one fifth-degree felony count for drug trafficking, and one third-degree felony count for tampering with evidence. had pleaded guilty.
Marshall’s father was able to speak to the judge before Mourer’s sentence was handed down. He described his son as “worldly, smart and kind”. He is also fluent in German, has studied history, is an accomplished artist and illustrator, and said he is only one semester away from completing his bachelor’s degree.
“He wanted to get married. He wanted children,” said the victim’s father. “All those dreams died with him.”
Marshall’s father told the court that his son’s biggest regret was falling into addiction, but he was proud of his recovery from the illness.
In September 2022, Marshall did not return from work and his family reported him missing the next morning, finding his car in Dillon State Park. He was dead in the backseat.
Witnesses took the woman to Marshall before he died, according to Muskingum County Sheriff’s Department detectives. Upon investigation, they found phone records showing that Marshall recently made money transfers to Shelby Mower for four of her transactions totaling $120.
Detectives used a search warrant to trace the location of Moeller’s phone.
She was interviewed on September 15, 2022 and admitted to providing crack cocaine to Marshall in exchange for Cash App payments, and also admitted to getting the drug from another dealer.
Mower and Marshall met at Dillon State Park where Marshall began overdosing in his car. Moeller then admitted to detectives that he packed up his belongings and left the Marshall without informing anyone or seeking help.
“She abandoned him to die alone,” said Marshall’s father.
Investigators were also able to arrest and convict Moorer dealer Richard McCrea.
McCree was sentenced to 8 to 12 years for corrupting another person with drugs, 18 months for trafficking cocaine, and another 18 months for violating the terms of a sex offender registration. facing. He will be executed at a later date.
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