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Madison man found dead from drug overdose, 2 brothers arrested

Parker Rodenbaugh Source: Facebook Parker Rodenbaugh Source: Facebook
Daylin Deveaeux O'Kelly Source: Starkville Police Department Daylin Deveaeux O'Kelly Source: Starkville Police Department
Skylar Noel O'Kelly Source: Starkville Police Department Skylar Noel O'Kelly Source: Starkville Police Department
STARKVILLE, MS (Mississippi News Now) -

On Sunday at around 2 am, Starkville Police Department officers and Oktibbeha County Hospital EMT's responded to 113 North Nash Street in regard to an unresponsive male.

He was later pronounced dead at Oktibbeha County Hospital from what appeared to be a drug overdose.

The victim was identified as 22-year-old Thomas Parker Rodenbaugh.

According to social media, Rodenbaugh is from Madison and went to Madison Central High School. 

After further investigation, officers arrested 21-year-old Skylar Noel O'Kelly of Starkville and 19-year-old Daylin Deveaueux O'Kelly of Madison.

Skylar Noel O'Kelly is charged with manslaughter – culpable negligence and both suspects are charged with possession of a controlled substance schedule 1 with intent over 40 dosage units.

Both were processed and transported to Clay County Jail in West Point. 

Their initial court appearance was Monday night.

 

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