Wheaton Man Sentenced in Overdose Death
Man sentenced in heroin overdose death used bleach in his attempt to clear the scene of a woman's death last November. He was sentenced to three years in jail Wednesday, the Daily Herald reports.
Edward Kliest, 43, was charged with delivery of a controlled substance, after selling heroin to Jennifer Andolfi, 37, shortly before she died in a Carol Stream apartment, according to the Herald.
According to a release from the DuPage County State's Attorney, Kliest made arrangements with the victim to meet at a relative's apartment to sell her heroin. Kleist allegedly sold the drugs to the woman, who went into a bathroom do do the drug and went unconscious, according to the release.
Kliest then left the apartment and returned later with Tiffany Vanderbusch, of Wheaton, after receiving a phone call from his relative informing him that the woman was dead. Kleist and Vanderbusch then doused the victim with bleach in an attempt to destroy any evidence. The duo left the apartment but returned a short time later only to be arrested by police, according to the release.