Philip Seymour Hoffman: Four Arrested in Overdose Death

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The police are cracking down on the individuals believed to have sold the heroin to Philip Seymour Hoffman, which ultimately killed him. According to NY Post,four people suspected of selling Hoffmann the drugs were arrested last night in a Manhattan building at around 7:30 p.m. after receiving a tip that Hoffman may have purchased drugs from there in the past. Police found 350 glassine envelopes with what appeared to be heroin inside although the envelopes did not have the “Ace of Spades” stamp.

Police arrested Robert Vineberg, 57, Thomas Kushman 48, and charged with felony drug possession and Max Rosenblum,22 and Juliana Luchkiw, 22 with misdemeanor drug possession.

A private funeral service is scheduled for Sunday in New York City, and a memorial service in New York is planned for later this month. Hoffman’s body underwent an autopsy and found to be inconclusive and further tests will be required according to TheWrap.

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