Three charged in overdose death of Jonestown man
LEBANON COUNTY, Pa. – Pennsylvania State Police arrest three people in the overdose death of a Jonestown man. The arrests follow an investigation into the April death of 19 year old Jesse Dreisbach.
On Thursday, April 23, PSP arrived at a residence at 3031 S. Pine Grove Street in Fredericksburg in response to a call of an unresponsive male. Investigators learned that Dreisbach and Cody Wolfe, 19, had smoked synthetic marijuana at about 10:30 pm on Tuesday, April 21. Wolfe is alleged to have purchased the synthetic marijuana and provided it to Dreisbach. As a result of smoking the synthetic marijuana, Dreisbach passed out and was unresponsive.
At some point on Wednesday, April 22, Peggy Wolfe, 47 and Heather Frederick, 27, of Harrisburg, were allegedly told that Dreisbach was unresponsive. 911 was called on April 23 at about 7:49 am, about 36 hours after Dreisbach had passed out, by his mother after she became aware of his condition.
Dreisbach was transported to the Lebanon Good Samaritan Hospital and then flown to the Lehigh Valley Hospital in Allentown due to his critical condition. Dreisbach died at the hospital on April 30th.
Cody Wolfe, has been charged with Involuntary Manslaughter, Recklessly Endangering Another Person and Tampering with or Fabrication of Physical Evidence. Peggy Wolfe, 47 and Heather Frederick are both charged with Recklessly Endangering Another Person and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.
Following arraignment all three suspects were sent to the Lebanon County Correctional Facility. Cody Wolf bail is $250,000 bail. Bail for Peggy Wolfe and Heather Frederick is $50,000 each.