Dec 15, 2015 6:42 PM
The Associated Press
ROCHESTER (AP) — The cases against a mother and two others charged in connection with the drug overdose death of her 17-year-old daughter will proceed to a county court, where a grand jury will decide whether to indict them.
Evangelique "Eve" Tarmey died on Oct. 17 at a Rochester motel of acute fentanyl intoxication.
Fosters Daily Democrat reports (http://bit.ly/1P4HEZB) a judge ruled Monday there was probable cause to charge 31-year-old Leslie Aberle of Salisbury, Massachusetts, with dispensing a controlled drug resulting in death. She's also been charged with conspiracy to commit possession of a controlled drug and witness tampering. Her lawyer said the charges were based on hearsay and argued for a bail lower than $25,000. The judge disagreed.
The cases of 41-year-old Jazzmyn Rood, Tarmey's mother, and 41-year-old Mark Ross, also are headed to county court.
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