Marvin Bada, SoCal Man, Gets 20 Years For Selling Ecstasy That Led to Fatal Overdose
A Southern California man who sold ecstasy to a former high school classmate who later died of an overdose got 20 years behind bars.
The harsh sentence was the "mandatory minimum" under a federal law that states drugs you sell to someone who then dies after using them will put you behind bars for two decades.
The seller is 23-year-old Marvin Bada, who was sentenced in San Diego. It was the first time the mandatory minimum was given for such a drug sale in that city, according to the San Diego Union-Tribune. The victim was ...
... 21-year-old Laura Evvonne Luna, who took three pills she bought from the Rancho Bernardo man a few days after buying them.
Laura Evvonne Luna.
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They were apparently a particularly strong strain of E, and she had a seizure and died.
Bada pleaded guilty late last year to distribution of a drug resulting in death.
Both went to Rancho Bernardo High School in northeastern San Diego County.
Luna's mother, Dorina Torres, told the U-T: "It was a mistake that cost her her life."
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