Jury Trial Starts For Watertown Man Charged In Heroin OD

10/3/17 – A jury heard opening arguments yesterday from the state in their case against a Watertown man accused of supplying the drugs that caused an overdose death. Terence Jannke is facing felony counts of First Degree Reckless Homicide, Maintaining a Drug Trafficking Place, and Possession with Intent to Deliver Heroin.  The 50-year-old allegedly provided the drugs that killed Holly Nehls, and a July 1 search of his residence reportedly found syringes, heroin packaging, and a drug ledger in his bedroom.  If he is found guilty on all counts, Jannke faces up to 64 years in prison. The trial is slated to last all week.