East Hampton Man Pleads Guilty in Girl's 2002 Ecstasy Deathy

Jason Nedobity will be sentenced in March.


The man arrested in connection with a 16-year-old girl's overdose death in East Hampton in 2002 has pleaded guilty in the case and will be sentenced in March. 

Jason Nedobity, who turned himself in to police about a year ago after being on the run for nearly 10 years, pleaded guilty to criminally negligent homicide and sale of narcotics, the Hartford Courant reports. 

Nedobity's brother, Joseph Nedobity,  previously pleaded no contest to negligent homicide and was sentenced to five years in prison in 2006 in connection with the death of Makayla Korpinen, who was 16 when she died at the brothers' home here in East Hampton. She was the girlfriend of Joseph Nedobity, who served two years in jail. 


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