On 11.30.2017, at 11:41am Antioch Police responded to a residence in the 400 block of Joren Trail for an unresponsive female subject who was suspected to be suffering a heroin overdose.
When Antioch officers and the Antioch First Fire Protection District arrived, a young woman was found unresponsive in the finished basement of the residence. The woman, identified as 19 year old Tehya E. Lundstrum (10000 block of Old Green Bay Rd, Pleasant Prairie, WI), was transported to Condell Medical Center, where she was pronounced dead. Subsequent toxicology tests later determined the cause of death to be combined drug toxicity resulting from a combination of fentanyl, heroin and cocaine.
An exhaustive investigation by Antioch Detectives later determined that the drugs that led to Tehya Lundstrum’s death were provided by Timothy T. Irving, and on 03.19.2018 an arrest warrant was issued for Irving by a Lake County Judge for Drug-Induced Homicide, a Class X Felony.
On 03.31.2018, Irving was arrested at Gurnee Mills Mall with the assistance of officers from the Gurnee Police Department. Irving was later transported to the Lake County Jail where he is being held on a $500,000 bond.
In Illinois a Class X Felony is punishable by up to 30 years imprisonment and a $25,000 fine.
Deputy Chief of Police
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