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Former Angels employee Eric Kay charged with distributing fentanyl in connection with Tyler Skaggs' death

USATODAY.com Friday, 7 August 2020
Eric Kay, the Angels' longtime director of communications, was arrested and arraigned at a federal courthouse in Fort Worth, Texas on Friday.
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Former Angels Communications Director Eric Prescott Kay, 45, was charged via criminal complaint with conspiracy to distribute a mixture containing detectable amounts of fentanyl.

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