A Burlington County man, who has been previously indicted in a separate drug possession case, has now been indicted in connection to the drug-induced death of a woman in 2019.

Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina says a grand jury has indicted 35-year-old Antoine Crawley of Pemberton Township for causing the death of 27-year-old Brittney Wallace. Crawley has been charged with first-degree strict liability for drug-induced death, possession of a controlled dangerous substance, possession of a CDS with intent to distribute, and Distribution of a CDS.

Crawley pled not guilty during an arraignment in Superior Court earlier this week and he remains held in the Burlington County Jail awaiting trial.

Coffina says Crawley’s co-defendant, 42-year-old Danielle Knight of Wrightstown, has pled guilty to strict liability for drug-induced death and is awaiting sentencing. She has been released on her own recognizance.

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Officials say in August 2019, Wallace was found unconscious and unresponsive by her parents in the bathroom at her family’s home; she was pronounced dead at an area hospital. An autopsy determined she died of fentanyl toxicity with a level in her system that was five times what is considered to be a lethal dose. An investigation revealed Knight instructed Crawley to deliver drugs to Wallace at her home.

According to Coffina's office, Crawley was indicted last month, "in a separate case with two co-defendants on drug possession charges stemming from an incident where an officer found heroin and cocaine in their vehicle during a traffic stop early last year in New Hanover Township."

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