Five people have been arrested on suspicion of drugs offences in connection with the death of a Royal Navy veteran who died after drinking a pear drink laced with cocaine.
Joromie Lewis, 33, of Kings Road, Gosport, Hampshire, became ill immediately after drinking the pear fruit drink, which contained a lethal amount of the drug.
His death on December 5 led the Food Standards Agency to issue an alert to all local authorities to contact retailers to withdraw any bottles of Pear D from their shelves.
Detectives believe the drink may have been used by drug smugglers to import cocaine into the country in a liquid form
This is a complex investigation covering the circumstances surrounding Mr Lewis' death, as well as the drug trafficking offences. Mr Lewis' family have been kept up to date with developments, including these five arrests for drugs offences."
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