September 24, 2021
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first_imgA Vancouver woman arrested last month on suspicion of controlled substance homicide also is accused of threatening to kill a witness who allegedly saw her sell the fatal dose.“‘Don’t talk to the cops about the drugs, or I’ll (expletive) kill you,’” Andrea R. Thomas told her friend, according to a court affidavit.She allegedly made the threat after Washougal police detective Zane Freschette questioned her about the Aug. 10 death of John R. Cantwell Jr., a 40-year-old Skamania County man. He died from a methamphetamine overdose.After the police interview, Thomas called a female friend who was with her when she allegedly sold methamphetamine to Cantwell in the parking lot of Albertsons grocery store, 5000 E. Fourth Plain Blvd., according to court records. Thomas allegedly warned the friend that the detective would be contacting her and then made the threat.Several minutes later, the friend called Detective Freschette and said that Thomas had called her again.“‘I’m going (to) go to prison,’” Thomas, 42, allegedly told the witness. “Don’t talk to the cops about the drugs, or you’re gonna get hurt.”last_img