NH woman indicted for overdose death of Somersworth man found unresponsive in library bathroom
DOVER — A New Hampshire woman has been indicted in connection with the Fentanyl overdose death of a Somersworth man.
Authorities arrested Kelly Flanagan, 38, aka Kelly Silva, in April and charged her with selling a fatal dose of Fentanyl to David Gross, 45, in 2016. Gross was found unresponsive in a bathroom of the Somersworth Public Library on Oct. 4. He was later pronounced dead with the cause being attributed to an overdose.
When Flanagan was due to be arraigned on April 24 in Strafford County Superior Court, she instead entered a bail agreement with the prosecution stating that she would be held without bail because the court found no condition or set of conditions that would ensure her compliance.
Flanagan has been indicted on one count of sale/dispensing of a controlled drug, death resulting, two counts of sale of a controlled drug, and one count of sale of a substance represented to be a controlled drug.
The most serious charge carries a maximum sentence of life in prison with the possibility of parole.
Flanagan is due to appear in Strafford County Superior Court on June 8 at 12:30 p.m.