Teen Charged With Murder In Tara Fitzgerald’s Drug Overdose Pleads Guilty

Teen Charged With Murder In Tara Fitzgerald’s Drug

Aug 12, 2014 · Teen Charged With Murder In Tara Fitzgerald’s Drug Overdose Pleads Guilty One of the five teens charged with murder in the overdose death of a 17-year-old Minnesota girl has pleaded guilty.

First of five teens charged with murder of Tara Fitzgerald

Cole A. Matenaer, 19, of Woodbury pleaded guilty to providing a designer psychedelic drug similar to LSD that killed 17-year-old Tara Fitzgerald on January 11, just hours after she took it.

Minnesota Teen Pleads Guilty To Murder In Overdose Death

Minnesota Teen Pleads Guilty To Murder In Overdose Death By McCarton Ackerman 08/15/14 A total of five teens were charged with third-degree murder in the death of Tara Fitzgerald from synthetic drugs.

Chemist Pleads Guilty In Woodbury Teen’s Fatal Overdose

Sep 21, 2016 · MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – The man who made a hallucinogenic drug that killed a 17-year-old Woodbury teen in January 2014 has pleaded guilty in connection to the case.

Two men sentenced in drug overdose death of Woodbury teen

Jan 23, 2015 · Five people were charged last May with third-degree murder in connection with Tara’s death. years in prison for his role in Fitzgerald’s death. teen pleads guilty in designer-drug …

Woodbury teen Tara Fitzgerald’s overdose death leads to

Five teenagers — including three minors — face third-degree murder charges in connection with the synthetic drug overdose death of 17-year-old Woodbury resident Tara Fitzgerald.

Woodbury teen pleads guilty to murder in synthetic drug

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Woodbury teen pleads guilty to murder in synthetic drug

Matenaer was among five people charged with third-degree murder in the case, following the Jan. 11 death of 17-year-old Woodbury High School student Tara Fitzgerald.

Teen faces new charges in Woodbury girl’s fatal overdose

The first-degree drug possession charge carries a maximum penalty of 30 years in prison and/or a $1 million fine; the lesser charge carries a 15-year sentence and/or a $100,000 fine.

Woodbury teen sentenced in 17-year-old girl’s overdose

Feb 13, 2015 · A teenager implicated in the drug overdose death of a Woodbury girl pleaded guilty Friday to an adult felony charge of conspiring to sell and deliver a …