Three-Day Jury Trial Set For Watertown Woman Charged In Overdose Death

(Watertown) A three-day jury trial was added to the court calendar Tuesday for a Watertown woman accused of supplying the drugs that led to an overdose death. Debra Patroelj previously entered a not guilty plea to one felony count of First Degree Reckless Homicide. Patroelj is implicated in the January 2016 overdose of 16-year-old John Teuteberg. The 49-year-old allegedly sold the victim a half dozen methadone pills. The charge carries a maximum 40-year prison sentence, if convicted. The trial is set to begin on June 25.