Doesn’t look like a murderer –

July 7, 2020 – The Drug Enforcement Administration determined in its investigation that Kay had met with Skaggs and had text exchanges with him regarding drugs the night before the pitcher was found dead in his suburban Dallas hotel room.

Kay was placed on leave by the Angels shortly after the incident and has not actively worked for the team in more than a year.

Attorney Michael Molfetta, who had been representing Kay, did not immediately respond to a message seeking comment.

The criminal complaint details the DEA’s findings as it relates to Kay and a victim the document identifies as “T.S.,” who was found dead in a Southlake, Texas, hotel room on July 1, 2019.

According to the DEA, Kay had been supplying fentanyl since 2017.

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