La Crosse police on Tuesday arrested a 25-year-old Soldiers Grove man for selling the heroin that killed a man.
Zachary Miller is jailed for first-degree reckless homicide under the state's Len Bias law, which holds drug dealers accountable in fatal overdose cases, heroin delivery and bail jumping.
He makes his first appearance Thursday in La Crosse County Circuit Court.
No other details of the case were released immediately.
Before his arrest, Miller was wanted on a warrant for failing to appear for court for two heroin and meth possession cases from September 2016 and June, according to court records.