BRIEF: Woman on trial in fatal drug overdose: Could get life in prison if found guilty
DOVER, Apr 05, 2013 (Foster's Daily Democrat - McClatchy-Tribune Information Services via COMTEX) --
The trial of Sabreena Morgan, accused of providing a 22-year-old Rochester woman with a fatal dose of methadone, continues today in Strafford County Superior Court.
Testimony from Rochester Detective Jeremiah Murphy, the lead investigator in the case, was heard Thursday -- a day the family of the late Angela Campbell had hoped would be the last in court.
Prosecutors shared video surveillance from the Walgreen's pharmacy on Columbus Street in Rochester, where Morgan had allegedly met with Campbell, providing her with methadone.
"I can't believe it's finally here," Campbell's aunt, Michelle Register, of Dover, said.
She sat with Campbell's mother and other family members as Murphy gave testimony, video surveillance was played for the jury and a recorded telephone conversation between Campbell's mother, Maryanne Campbell and Morgan, was also played.
What transpired during that phone call, recorded from the Rochester Police Department, was not discernible in the courtroom, though jury members were provided with a full transcript of the conversation.
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