An overdose death of a Great Falls man has been attributed to fentanyl pills shipped from Tennessee.

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Malice Clark, Jr., aka Greg Clark, aka “Greed,” age 57 of Tennessee, has pleaded guilty to possession with intent to distribute fentanyl.

Clark faces a maximum of 20 years in prison, a $1 million fine, and at least three years of supervised release.

Sentencing was set for Oct. 17. Clark was detained pending further proceedings.

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Fentanyl Case Details

According to the court documents, Clark repeatedly mailed small quantities of fentanyl from his Tennessee home from February 2021 to April 2022 to a Great Falls Couple.

The Great Falls victims were described as John Doe and his wife.

Clark and Doe were reportedly friends, and according to the documents, doe would send money to Clark in exchange for fentanyl.

The money was exchanged through a mobile cash transfer app.

Authorities could confirm the transactions using the cash app receipts and US Postal Service tracking numbers.

Fentanyl Death In Great Falls

On April 5, 2022, Doe and his wife received a package through the mail that was filled with fentanyl.

Later that evening, both Dylan and his wife used some of the fentanyl, and around 2:20 AM on April 6, 2022 wife called 911 and reported an overdose.

Authorities pronounced Doe dead as he was found unresponsive.

Later, an autopsy confirmed that Doe’s death was, in fact, caused by fentanyl intoxication.

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