Boyfriend Of Teen Who Died After Taking LSD Faces Felony

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The teenage boyfriend of a Mankato girl who died from illegal drugs faces a felony.

Chloe Moses, 17, had a seizure earlier this month after taking what’s believed to be a form of LSD.

Police say her boyfriend, 17-year-old Trace Hafner, admitted buying and sharing the drugs with Moses.

After her seizure, police say he called a friend to help but none of them called 911.

Four others face drug-related charges in connection with this case.

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