Updated:CLARION, Pa. (AP) (AP)ong> - A man has been jailed on third-degree murder and other charges for allegedly injecting a Clarion woman with a fatal dose of heroin before moving her body to her car to make it appear she had overdosed on her own.
Nineteen-year-old Devan Knapp's mother reported her missing Jan. 13 and her body was found in her car two days later on a road outside Clarion.
Shawn Ryan Carr, 29, of Kittanning, was also charged with drug delivery resulting in death, abuse of a corpse and other crimes.
Police said a witness saw Carr inject Knapp and when she didn't wake up, Carr put her in her car and drove it to where her body was found, putting a syringe in her lap.
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