Father of Boy Who Died from Fentanyl Sues Monroe County Agencies

The father of a ten-year-old Churchville boy who died after swallowing fentanyl is suing Monroe County agencies he claims failed to protect his identity during the investigation. 

Michael Coles was subsequently shot by the dead boy's mother's boyfriend. Coles had been assisting authorities investigating the death of his son, J'Vieon Grayson in June 2017. 

Coles was shot three times. He is now suing for at least $10 million. The boyfriend, Walter Morse, pleaded guilty in June to second-degree manslaughter in the boy's death and second-degree attempted murder for shooting Coles.

Walter Morse pleaded guilty to second-degree manslaughter in the death of J’Vieon Grayson-Sutton and second-degree attempted murder for trying to kill J'Vieon's biological father, Michael Coles. (Photo: RPD)

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Man pleads guilty to manslaughter in 10-yr-old boy's overdose death 

 
 
Man Sentenced in Death of Churchville Boy With Fentanyl
Man Sentenced in Death of Churchville Boy With Fentanyl
A man will spend up to 15 years in prison for causing the death of a 10-year-old boy with fentanyl.

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