Judge sentences man accused of selling drugs to Santa Fe teen

Eric Stone
Eric Stone

ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – The dealer who provided drugs that contributed to the death of a 14-year old Santa Fe girl was sentenced to probation on Monday.

In 2013, Hannah Bruch died after taking a large amount of “molly” which is a form of ecstasy and Benadryl at a foam party at Expo New Mexico.

In court, Stone’s attorney argued that his client never dealt exclusively with Hannah but with an adult who was with her. He says Stone sold the drugs weeks before she died.

“I am sorry that I ever affiliated myself with a party scene like this, and I have taken responsibility for my actions,” said Eric Stone.

The judge sentenced Stone to three years of probation.

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