Watertown Man Sentenced In Drug Death

A 50-year-old Watertown man has been sentenced to 20 years in prison and 10 years of extended supervision for supplying the heroin that resulted in the overdose death of 41-year-old Holly Nehls.  Terance Jannke was sentenced in Dodge County Court this week on a 1st degree reckless homicide charge. He gave the heroin to Gabriel Brandl who injected Nehls with the drug in Clyman Park on Memorial Day of 2016, causing her death. Brandl was convicted in November of 2016 of 1st degree reckless homicide for his part in Nehl’s death. Jannke was also convicted of maintaining a drug house and heroin trafficking. Dodge County District Attorney Kurt Komberg says, “Terrance Jannke has a history of selling drugs going back 25 years. Even after his heroin killed a person, he continued to sell drugs to others.”