Suspect In 2017 Drug Death Waives Preliminary Hearing, Case To Advance

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WARREN – One of the three men charged in connection with the 2017 drug death of 24-year-old Robert Marshall waived his preliminary hearing Wednesday afternoon in Warren County Magisterial Court. 

According to court records obtained by WNYNewsNow, Cody Streit, 27, of Clarendon, Pa., is scheduled to have a formal arraignment on Mar. 21 at 9:30 a.m. In addition, bail was decreased from $200,000 to $100,000.








Streit is charged with of drug delivery resulting in death, possession with intent to deliver, conspiracy – possession with intent to deliver, criminal use of a communications facility, and recklessly endangering another person.

Douglas A. Harkins, 44, of Sugar Grove, and Michael J. Marshall, 33, of Warren, are the other two men charged. Both were scheduled for preliminary hearings Wednesday afternoon in Warren County Magisterial Court, and WNYNewsNow is trying to obtain more information in their cases.









Harkins is charged with drug delivery resulting in death, possession with intent to deliver, conspiracy – possession with intent to deliver, criminal use of a communications facility, and recklessly endangering another person.

Marshall is charged with possession with intent to deliver, conspiracy possession with intent to deliver; tampering with physical evidence, and possession of drug paraphernalia.















Bail is currently set at $250,000 for Harkins, and $100,000 for Marshall. Both are in Warren County Jail.

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