Newtown teen laid to rest

NEWTOWN - Family and friends said their final goodbyes this afternoon to a Newtown teen found dead in a pond in Monroe.

The body of Danielle Jacobsen, 17, was discovered in a pond over Memorial Day weekend.

Quentin Hamm, 22, has been charged with providing Jacobsen with a hallucinogenic drug the night she died. More charges could follow.

According to Hamm?s arrest warrant, he brought the drug dimethyltryptamine to a party at the Northbrook condominium complex and snorted it with Jacobsen. The document says Jacobsen told someone she felt sick and left the apartment the night of May 29.

Man charged in connection with teen's body found in pond

Newtown teen killed in Monroe

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