Blaine Man Pleads Guilty In Drug Overdose Death

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – A 22-year-old Blaine men pleaded guilty to third-degree murder charges in Anoka County Court Thursday in connection with a mass drug overdose that happened at a house party last March.

Timothy Richard Lamere pleaded guilty to third-degree murder in the death of 19-year-old Trevor Robinson-Davis, who died of an overdose involving the synthetic drug “2C-E.”

Blaine Police were called to a home on March 17, 2011, on a report of a mass drug overdose. When they arrived, they learned that Robinson had been taken to Unity Hospital after overdosing on drugs and was not breathing. He died later that day after going into cardiac arrest related to an overdose from the drug “2C-E.”

Police were told by witnesses at the house in Blaine that Lamere had provided the synthetic drug to anyone who wanted it. He will be sentenced on May 25.

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