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Rockwall Man Charged With Fentanyl Murder In Hopkins County

Tyler Bromley
Hopkins County Jail

Officials transported Tyler Bromley, 43, of Rockwall, to the Hopkins County Jail, where they booked him on a murder charge. They arrested Bromley in Rockwall on a Hopkins County warrant accusing him of delivering drugs laced with fentanyl to a Hopkins County woman who died of an overdose. A new Texas law signed in September allows charging a person with murder if they supply fentanyl that results in a death.


Statement by Hopkins County CHief Deputy Tanner Crump

Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office Texas, has arrested another individual for murder in reference to a fentanyl overdose.
On January 30th, 2024 a white female victim was discovered deceased in her residence. Information was gathered at the time of death that suggested an overdose had occurred as a result of fentanyl. Investigators went to work uncovering the source of the deadly substance. Once the autopsy results confirmed the death was a result of the drugs investigators were able to obtain an arrest warrant for the suspect.
Thursday in Rockwall Tx, Hopkins County Investigators assisted by Rockwall County deputies and DPS Narcotics Agents arrested the suspect,  Tyler Bromley. Bromley, 26 y/o white male was arrested and booked into the Rockwall County Jail for the Hopkins County murder warrant.


Chief Deputy Tanner Crump
Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office
298 Rosemont St.
Sulphur Springs Tx, 75482