A Woodbridge man was found dead of an apparent drug overdose in a coworking office in Old Town North on Tuesday, June 1, 2021.
Alexandria Police found the man dead at a computer work station, according to a search warrant affidavit.
After moving his body, police found an orange prescription pill bottle under his desk. inside they found suspected crystal meth. Police also found a small mason jar with a white powdery substance in the man’s coat pocket, in addition to $1,420 in U.S. currency and multiple cellular phones.
The man, who is now suspected of being a narcotics dealer, graduated from the College of William and Mary in 2021, and owned a web design firm and a distribution company.
A search of his red 2020 Dodge RAM yielded a black Glock 19 handgun with a single bullet in the chamber, a black rifle with three loaded magazines in the bed of the truck, and five orange prescription bottles in nylon/toiletry bags.
The man’s vehicle has since been impounded.
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