Lisle Man Gets 9 Years In Prison For Drug-Induced Homicide Conviction

LISLE, IL — A Lisle man has been sentenced to nine years in prison after pleading guilty to drug-induced homicide in the death of Andrew Sasnau, 19, of Darien in 2019.

Adam Roser, 38, pleaded guilty in early June and was sentenced in late June.

Sasnau was found dead in his parents’ Darien living room on Aug. 3, 2019. After an investigation by the Darien Police Department and DuPage Metropolitan Enforcement Group (DuMeg), police learned that Sasnau met Roser in Lisle and bought six bags that contained a Mixture of fentanyl and heroin Police say Sasnau ingested some of this substance, which caused him to die of a drug overdose.

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Roser was taken into custody Oct. 14 and held on $150,000 bond. He has been in custody at DuPage County Jail since his arrest.

“Judge O’Connell’s sentence today sends a message of deterrence that if you are found guilty of supplying illegal drugs that result in the death of another person, you will face a significant amount of time behind bars, as Mr. Roser learned today,” DuPage County State’s Attorney Robert Berlin said in a news release.

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Berlin,”Andrew’s death is another stark reminder that the deadly opioid crisis is not over. I thank Assistant State’s Attorneys Adam Frahm and Steven Lupa for their work not only on this case but for their continued efforts in getting illegal narcotics off our streets.”

Roser is required to serve 75 percent of his nine-year sentence before he becomes eligible for parole.

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Lisle Man Gets 9 Years In Prison For Drug-Induced Homicide Conviction

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