The man charged in the death of a local woman found in front of a home has allegedly admitted to providing the heroin that killed the woman.
Bradley Traxler, 49, of Saginaw, is charged with delivering a controlled substance causing death. 50-year-old Darlene Sue Kozak, of Linwood, took the lethal drug, which killed her last August.
A judge ordered Traxler to stand trial in Circuit Court during a preliminary hearing on Monday, April 21.
Kozak was found wrapped in a blanket in the driveway of a home on Warren near Hoyt in Saginaw.
If convicted on the delivering a controlled substance causing death charge, Traxler could be sentenced to up to life in prison.
Kozak worked for Saginaw Medical Federal Credit Union for 23 years.
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