$100,000 bond set for Racine wife following drug overdose death in December | Crime and courts
A Kenosha County Circuit Court commissioner on Monday imposed $100,000 cash bail on a 30-year-old Racine woman accused of overdosing on a Kenosha woman in December.
Reanna M. Moon, of the 300 block of High Street, was still being held in Kenosha County Jail on Monday. Moon was charged on Monday with one count of reckless first-degree homicide, which carries a maximum prison sentence of 25 years, plus 15 years of prolonged supervision and a $100,000 fine.
Moon, who is due back in court for a preliminary hearing next week, is also charged with misdemeanor bail jumping.
According to the criminal complaint:
A Kenosha police officer responded to a city residence at 10:49 p.m. Dec. 7 for a medical overdose call. When police arrived they found a man standing over the patient, who said he found the woman lying on the floor next to a bed and could not find a pulse.
The officer attempted to perform CPR, but the woman was pronounced dead at the scene.
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Police reported finding two clonazepam pills, a folded piece of paper containing a white powdery substance, two medical packets of suboxone and two glass crack pipes on a bedside table in the victim’s bedroom.
A witness told police the deceased woman had left the residence earlier that night and believed the accused had supplied her with drugs. The witness said she was sure “that the defendant was in the car that (the deceased) encountered that night,” according to the complaint.
Surveillance video outside the home showed the deceased had contact with an older model Chevrolet vehicle which was later connected to the accused. A search for text messages between the accused and the victim showed that the two were discussing a possible drug purchase.
Police spoke to the accused, who said she drove her old black Chevrolet Malibu to the victim’s residence that night with a man to deliver heroin, which had been mixed with Benadryl and crack. Moon admitted to brokering the deal and delivering the drugs directly to the victim, the complaint states.
The Kenosha County Medical Examiner’s Office ruled last week that the victim died of “acute mixed drug intoxication.”
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