Feb 1, 2016 6:00 PM
CONCORD - The two charged with supplying a Rochester teen with a deadly dose of fentanyl back in October faced federal charges Monday.
Mark Ross and Leslie Aberle were indicted by a grand jury on one count of distributing a controlled substance to a person under age 21 death resulting, and one count of distributing a controlled substance death resulting in connection to death of 17-year-old Eve Tarmey.
Both pleaded not guilty in federal court.
The trial is set to being April 5. Prosecutors expect the trial to last several days.
Tarmey's mother Jazzmyn Rood, along with Ross and Aberle, also face similar charges from the state of New Hampshire.
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