EVERETT, Wash. - A 30-year-old woman has been charged with the death of a man who overdosed on heroin inside a parked vehicle in Marysville.
The Daily Herald reports Gabrielle Waller has pleaded not guilty to controlled substance homicide in 35-year-old Ian Digre's March death.
Court documents say Digre had asked Waller to buy $20 worth of heroin and that the two friends met up for the drug deal.
Police suspect Waller was in the vehicle with Digre when he injected the heroin and that she took the $20 before leaving him there to die without calling for help.
Charging papers say Waller fled because she was concerned about getting arrested on an outstanding warrant.
Digre was found dead the following day by children who noticed him in the vehicle and called police.
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