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Jackson Co. woman ordered prison time for selling drugs that killed a man

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Black River Falls (WQOW)
- A Jackson County woman found guilty of selling the drugs that killed a Black River Falls man was sentenced Thursday.

Dreama Harvey was found guilty in April of 1st degree reckless homicide and delivering heroin.

Thursday, a judge sentenced her to 12 years in prison, and 8 years of extended supervision.

In 2015, police said they found Dustin Bahr dead of an overdose. Prosecutors said Harvey supplied the drugs.

As part of the sentence, Harvey may not have contact with the victim's family, and is ordered not to possess any drugs.


Posted April 2018
Black River Falls (WQOW) --
A Jackson County woman has been convicted of selling the drugs that killed a Black River Falls man.

Wednesday, Dreama Harvey was found guilty by a jury of 1st degree reckless homicide and manufacturing/delivering heroin.

In 2015, police said they found Dustin Bahr dead of an overdose in a Black River Falls apartment. Prosecutors said that Harvey supplied the drugs.

A sentencing hearing has not been set. Based on the charges in the case, Harvey faces up to 52 and a half years in prison.

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