Working alongside several local agencies, special agents in the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation’s Drug Investigation Division have obtained indictments for a Tullahoma man in connection to the recent suspected drug-related deaths of two people.
Following the deaths in early June, TBI agents joined the investigation, alongside the Tullahoma Police Department, the Manchester Police Department, and the Coffee County Sheriff’s Department. Authorities subsequently identified Isaiah Kalil Clark, 25, as the person responsible for distributing controlled substances, identified as containing fentanyl, to the victims, which is believed to have caused their deaths.
On Tuesday, the Coffee County Grand Jury returned indictments, charging Clark with two counts of second-degree murder and two counts of sale of a Schedule II controlled substance.
On Friday, following a brief foot pursuit, authorities arrested Clark and booked him into the Coffee County Jail, where, at the time of this release, he was being held on $200,000 bond.