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Former Angels Employee Charged In Pitcher Tyler Skaggs's Fatal Fentanyl Overdose

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Former Angels Employee Charged In Pitcher Tyler Skaggs's Fatal Fentanyl Overdose

Former Angels Employee Charged In Pitcher Tyler Skaggs's Fatal Fentanyl Overdose

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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