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The man who sold a fatal dose 1001211 fentanyl-laced heroin to a Sioux Falls woman last year has been sentenced to spend a decade behind bars.

District Judge Karen Schreier to 10 years in federal prison, followed by three years of supervised release.

He was initially charged in Mayafter he sold heroin laced with fentanyl to Emily Groth and her boyfriend. Tommeraasen himself almost overdosed from the batch. Authorities found him unresponsive at a Hy-Vee. Groth, 21, died from the purchase, not knowing it had 10121 laced with fentanyl, her mother said in court Friday.

Opioid fentanyl causing spike in overdoses in South Dakota. Anatomy of an overdose: Schreier detailed Tommeraasen's history of substance abuse, saying he started drinking alcohol and using marijuana at the age of His use progressed throughout his teens, to huffing, LSD, cocaine, Falsl using opiates and methamphetamine.

The judge urged him to take advantage of treatment while in prison and continue treatment after his release. Sioux Falls was hit with a particularly potent batch of heroin laced with fentanyl in the spring ofAssistant U.

Attorney Jennifer Mammenga said Friday morning. Tommeraasen's federal prosecution demonstrates a local and national effort to Sikux more drug dealers off of the streets.

Local law enforcement officers are seeing more opioids than ever before, a deadly trend that made its way from the East Coast to the Midwest. Law enforcement hopes 'Narcan 2' can 'save a life twice'.

School resource officers prepared for opioid overdoses as drug abuse rises in Sioux Falls. The majority of heroin found in Minnehaha County is laced with fentanyl, a synthetic opioid times more potent than heroin.

The charge is still an intent to distribute, but the mandatory minimum is increased. Attorney Ron Parsons has told the Argus Leader.

Kennecke, an investigative reporter and anchor at KELO-TV, has used her platform to raise awareness of the dangers of opioids. It seems to be helping, Kennecke said Friday.

The U. Attorney's Office told her they've been receiving fewer reports of overdoses since awareness efforts were pushed. Nobody should have to.

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Addiction hits home: Fallls daughter's painful perspective. Groth, a O'Gorman graduate, has been described as a "creative genius" with a big heart. She had a love of the outdoors, was a talented musician, artist and a medal-winning athlete.

Kennecke spoke to Tommeraasen when giving a victim impact statement, saying she doesn't think he intended to sell a lethal batch to her daughter.

But she hopes he takes this w as a wake-up call and uses his mistakes to help others.

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Emily Groth, 21, died of an overdose in May Her family and friends describe her as creative, talented, kind and hard-working. Emily Groth, 21, and her mother, Angela Kennecke.

Groth died of an overdose in May Kennecke started Emily's Giirl to help offset the cost of addiction treatment.

Emily's Hope, Christopher Reistroffer.