Jul 21, 2022


Finnegan Edward Malloy
John Bain
KCII Radio
July 21, 2022

The Jefferson County Attorney’s Office states on November 7, 2021, law enforcement and emergency medical personnel responded to a home in Fairfield on a report that an individual had suffered a gunshot wound to the head. Twenty-one year-old Finnegan Edward Malloy reported that 19-year-old Caleb Heisel had shot himself in the head while playing “Russian Roulette.” Heisel was found dead upon the arrival of law enforcement and medical personnel. Officers located a revolver-style firearm with one spent cartridge at the scene, believed to belong to Malloy. Heisel’s body was sent to the State Medical Examiner’s office for autopsy. Malloy was arrested on November 24, 2021, by the Fairfield Police Department on one count of assisting suicide and one count of aiding and abetting reckless use of a firearm, both class C felonies.

Malloy took personal responsibility for his role in the offense, as well as his role in the theft at Maharishi International University Art Building of tools, supplies and equipment valued at greater than $10,000.00. The recovery of the stolen property at his home also uncovered controlled substances, including cocaine and MDMA, along with evidence of drug distribution.

Malloy was sentenced to indeterminate terms of incarceration not to exceed 10 years on each of those offenses, to run concurrently to each other and taken into custody.


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