Lexington man arrested for sale and delivery of heroin, fentanyl

LEXINGTON, Tenn. — An investigation into the local distribution of heroin and fentanyl has led to the arrest of a Lexington man.

Courtesy: TB

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation confirms 38-year-old Daniel O’Guin was taken into custody on Tuesday on multiple drug charges.

According to the TBI, agents and investigators have been working to target the distribution of heroin and fentanyl in Henderson County since April.

The TBI says the investigation led to O’Guin being charged with two counts each of sale and delivery of heroin and sale and delivery of fentanyl.

According to the TBI, on November 21, a Henderson County Grand Jury returned the indictments against O’Guin, and he was arrested the following day.

He is currently being held in the Henderson County Jail without bond.

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