Pawtucket man, 32, accused of supplying drugs in fatal overdose – The Providence Journal

PAWTUCKET — A 32-year-old Pawtucket man faced charges Friday after an indictment handed up by a Providence grand jury accused him of supplying drugs that led to a fatal overdose in January.  
Walik Morrison, of Montgomery Street, was the focus of an investigation carried out by Pawtucket’s narcotics unit.
The investigation started after a fatal overdose at 34 Corrente Ave. on Jan. 25.
On Feb. 15, the police raided Morrison’s apartment and seized almost 3 pounds of marijuana, 8 grams of cocaine, 12 grams of fentanyl and 726 counterfeit pressed pills that tested positive for fentanyl.
Morrison and another resident of the apartment, Christine Ait Assi, 36, were arrested.
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The indictment handed up on Friday charges Morrison with delivering controlled substance, death resulting. 
The indictment charges both Morrison and Ait Assi with conspiracy to violate the controlled substances act; possession with intent to deliver cocaine; possession with intent to deliver fentanyl; possession with intent to deliver parafluorofentanyl; possession with intent to deliver tramadol; possession with intent to deliver xylazine; possession with intent to deliver marijuana; possession of 1 ounce to 1 kilogram of parafluorofentanyl, fentanyl, tramadol and xylazine.
The arraignment of both Morrison and Ait Assi is scheduled for April 6 in Providence Superior Court.


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