Oconto woman charged with homicide after boyfriend’s overdose has trial date set, bond lowered

(WFRV) – A trial date has been set for an Oconto woman charged with homicide after her boyfriend died of an overdose.

According to court records, 30-year-old Sarah Dahl appeared in court on January 18 for a bail/bond hearing. During this appearance, Dahl’s cash bond was adjusted down to $25,000.

It was originally set at $50,000. The court also added GPS and other conditions.

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Records show that a jury trial was scheduled to start on April 30. There is also a final pre-trial appearance scheduled for April 12.

Dahl is charged with first-degree reckless homicide- as a party to a crime. The charges stem from an overdose death that happened back in 2022.

On December 26, 2022 authorities were sent to a residence for a report of a man who was not breathing. The man was determined dead after officials tried lifesaving measures.

Dahl, identified as the victim’s girlfriend was at the scene, according to the criminal complaint. The autopsy showed that the man died of the toxic effects of multiple substances.

Dah is accused of giving the victims drugs, which led to his overdose death. Dahl pleaded not guilty back in October of 2023.

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