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UPDATE: Eau Claire man sentenced in fatal drug overdose in Chippewa Falls

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Chippewa Falls (WQOW) - The man found guilty in the drug overdose death of a Chippewa Falls man will spend four years in prison.

In April, Dustin Leshock, from Eau Claire, pleaded guilty to recklessly endangering safety and delivering drugs.

According to police, Leshock provided heroin to Repetto's girlfriend, Allyson Mayer, who then used it with Repetto. Repetto later died following an overdose. Mayer was arrested, but no charges have been filed against her at this point.

In addition to four years in prison, the judge also sentenced Leshock to four years of extended supervision.


Posted on April 9, 2017:

Chippewa Falls (WQOW)
- One of two people charged in the drug overdose death of a man in Chippewa Falls agreed to a plea bargain on Wednesday.

Dustin Leshock, from Eau Claire, was charged with reckless homicide and delivering heroin after the death of Isaac Repetto in December.

Police said Leshock provided heroin to Repetto's girlfriend, Allyson Mayer, who then used it with Repetto.

Mayer was arrested, but no charges have been filed against her at this point.

On Wednesday in court, the homicide charge against Leshock was reduced to recklessly endangering safety. He pleaded guilty to that charge and to delivering drugs. He will be sentenced in August.


Posted on Dec. 2, 2016:

Chippewa Falls (WQOW) - One of the two people arrested after the apparent drug overdose death of a man in Chippewa Falls last week appeared in court Wednesday.

Dustin Leshock, of Eau Claire has been charged with First Degree Reckless Homicide and Delivering Heroin after the death of Isaac Repetto. Police said Leshock provided heroin to Repetto's girlfriend Allyson Mayer, from Chippewa Falls, who then used it with Repetto. Police believe Repetto was also using meth, and the combination killed him.

Mayer has yet to be formally charged. Leshock will return to court December 12. 


Chippewa Falls (WQOW) - A man and a woman have been arrested for reckless homicide after the apparent drug overdose of a man in Chippewa Falls last week. 

According to the Chippewa Falls Police Department, Allyson Mayer, from Chippewa Falls and Dustin Leshock, of Eau Claire remain in the Chippewa County Jail under cash bonds of $1,000 and $2,000 respectively. 

Police were called Tuesday morning to the home Mayer shared with Isaac Repetto. The 18-year-old was found unresponsive by Mayer. Police said Mayer gave Repetto CPR and an injection of Narcan, which is used to revive heroin overdose victims but police believe he had already been dead for several hours. 

Police told News 18 they suspect Leshock provided heroin to Mayer, who then used it with Repetto. Police believe Repetto was also using meth and the combination of the drugs killed him. 

Mayer and Leshock will return to court on Wednesday. 

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