January 9, 2018 Seminole County Grand Jury Issues Indictments In Winter Springs and Lake Mary Drug Murder Cases

 

             The Seminole County Grand Jury issued a First-degree Murder Unlawful Distribution of a Controlled Substance indictment today (Jan. 9) charging CHRISTOPHER TORO, 30 of 147 Lori Anne Lane, Winter Springs in connection with the September 23rd death of Alfonso Pagan, 32 of Winter Springs who died from a Heroin and Fentanyl overdose.

            The Grand Jury heard testimony from The Volusia County Associate Medical Examiner and a Winter Springs Police Department Detective before returning the indictment against TORO. The Grand Jury also indicted TORO on one count of Delivery of a Controlled Substance (Heroin Fentanyl) – Second-degree Felony.          

              TORO was arrested by the Winter Springs Police Department on Jan. 3and remains in the Seminole County Jail with no bond.

 

               In further deliberation, the Seminole Grand Jury also issued a First-degree Murder Unlawful Distribution of a Controlled Substance indictment today (Jan. 9) charging NELSON LARREGUI-IRIZARRY, 27, of 3202 Orlando Drive, Sanford in connection with the October 18th death of Edward Mitschele Jr, 28 of Lake Mary, who died from a Heroin and Fentanyl overdose.

               The Grand Jury heard testimony from the Volusia County Associate Medical Examiner and two Seminole County Sheriff’s Office Detectives prior to returning the indictment against LARREGUI-IRIZARRY. The Grand Jury also indicted LARREGUI-IRIZARRY on one count of Delivery of a Controlled Substance (Heroin Fentanyl) – Second-degree Felony; and Attempted Delivery of a Controlled Substance (Heroin Fentanyl) – Third Degree Felony.

                LARREGUI-IRIZARRY was arrested on January 4th by the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office and remains in the Seminole County Jail on no bond.

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