Not guilty plea in heroin overdose case

Michael Stine accused of involuntary manslaughter in Montgomery County. Mug shot from earlier incident. (Photo/Montgomery County Jail)
Michael Stine accused of involuntary manslaughter in Montgomery County. Mug shot from earlier incident. (Photo/Montgomery County Jail)

DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – It will take $500,000 to get a man out of jail who is facing involuntary manslaughter charges following a friend’s overdose.

Michael Stine stood silent during his arraignment Tuesday, so a judge entered a not guilty plea on his behalf.

Stine was arrested in Miamisburg last week.

Investigators say he injected his friend with heroin, resulting in his death.

 

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