Washington County man accused of homicide in more trouble
A Washington County man awaiting trial on vehicular homicide charges was arrested Friday after selling heroin to undercover police officers, District Attorney Eugene Vittone said.
Jordan Jacobson, 20, of McDonald sold marijuana to undercover officers several times over the span of 10 days, Vittone said. Once, Jacobson used a child to deliver marijuana to an undercover officer. He is in jail on a $250,000 bond.
Jacobson was charged in January with being under the influence of drugs when he crashed his car on July 27, 2013, killing two of his passengers and injuring a third. He was released from jail after posting a $100,000 bond.
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