Thursday, March 21, 2013

Man Gets 4 Years In Prison For Providing Ecstasy That Killed East Hampton Teen

Hartford Courant (Middletown, CT) March 19, 2013

"It's been nearly 11 years since the drug overdose death of 16-year-old Makayla Korpinen shattered a family and rocked the East Hampton community.
Tuesday marked a milestone — and offered some promise of an end — in the long, sad saga endured by her still-grieving family who filled an entire row of seats in the gallery of a courtroom in Superior Court.
'We hope today will begin the healing process for our families,' Makayla's mother, Catherine, said minutes before Jason Nedobity, the man who supplied the drugs that killed Makayla, was sentenced to four years in prison. Makayla's death was the first in the state linked directly to Ecstasy, an illicit party drug." Read More

No comments:

Post a Comment