COUNCIL CHRONICLE – Terry Hibbard, the 60-year-old Wisconsin dad who drove his daughter in order to buy heroin from a street dealer, might face prison time himself. The drug dealer who provided the killer dose has recently been sentenced to 8 years in prison and ten more years of supervision.
Wisconsin Dad Saves Daughter from OD with Narcan
According to the Wisconsin authorities, Terry Hibbard, the father of Taralyn Hibbard, the woman who died as result of a heroin overdose in 2017, is scheduled to appear in front of the magistrates. The man has been accused of being instrumental in Taralyn’s death.
Last week, on Wednesday, a Milwaukee jury sentenced Davion “Cheese” Poe to eight years in prison and ten more years under supervision for possessing and distributing narcotics.
The court documents reveal that in July 2016, Taralyn was driven by Terry Hibbard downtown in order to meet with Poe. From his, Taralyn bought $60 worth of heroin. After getting back into the Wisconsin dad’s car, the man drove back to their home, a trailer park located in Grafton.
Once there, the Wisconsin dad allegedly asked her daughter to give him a ‘snort’ and later told her that she could keep the rest of the stash. On the following morning, Taralyn’s body was discovered by one of her friends who alerted the authorities.
Despite her Wisconsin man denying his role in fueling his daughter’s dangerous drug addiction, the authorities discovered several messages on Taralyn’s phone which proved that her father was backing her all the way.
In one text message, the woman would discuss the details of a drug transaction with someone called “Daddy” who was supposed to take her to an individual named “Cheese.” More than that, Taralyn’s message history also reveals that she was revived with Narcan by the Wisconsin father after she overdosed on heroin.
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