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Man to Change Plea in Teen Drug Death Case

Evangelique "Eve" Tarmey was found dead in a Rochester, New Hampshire, motel

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    A man who pleaded not guilty to giving a 17-year-old girl a powerful painkiller that caused her death is scheduled for a change of plea hearing.

    Mark Ross is charged in connection with the death of Evangelique "Eve" Tarmey, who died in a Rochester motel of acute fentanyl intoxication in October.

    Jazzmyn Rood - Tarmey's mother and Ross' girlfriend - is charged with concealing knowledge and giving false information to police about the drug's distribution.

    Ross and Leslie Aberle were scheduled for a joint trial in July in federal court. Instead, Ross, who pleaded not guilty in February, is scheduled for a change of plea hearing on July 18.

    Messages were left with his lawyers and a prosecutor. There was no change for Aberle as of Thursday afternoon.

    A police detective testified Ross said he thought the drug was heroin.

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