Pike County District Attorney Ray Tonkin, August 3rd, announced the arrest of three women that day implicating them in delivery of opioids that led to the death of three people from overdose.

BLOOMING GROVE - Pike County District Attorney Ray Tonkin, August 3rd, announced the arrest of three women that day implicating them in delivery of opioids that led to the death of three people from overdose.

The joint investigation between the D.A.’s Office, PA State Police, municipal police and the County Detective’s Office arose from the discovery of the deaths of Jennifer Lynn Bosch, Nov. 26, 2017 at her residence in Westfall Township; Deniz “Nicole” Duman, Nov. 29, 2017 at her Dingman Township home and Erna Lee Abramowski, Dec. 14, 2017, at her residence in Delaware Township.

Those arrested and charged with felony counts of Drug Delivery Resulting in Death are:
Katie Lee Woolsey, 31; Gianna Marie Rose, 21; and Lisa Ann Schmidt, 47. Woolsey and Rose were already incarcerated in Pike County prison on other charges; Schmidt was arrested that morning at her home in Bushkill.

(More to follow in The News Eagle.)