East Grand Forks woman charged with 3rd degree murder in connection with ‘M30′ pills

Stephanie Hageman has been charged with 3rd degree murder along with two other felonies.
Stephanie Hageman has been charged with 3rd degree murder along with two other felonies.(Aaron Walling/KVLY)
Published: Apr. 21, 2022 at 9:54 PM CDT
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FARGO, N.D. (Valley News Live) - 43-year-old Stephanie Hageman of East Grand Forks, MN was charged with third degree murder in connection to blue ‘M30′ pills. The investigation into these pills laced with fentanyl dates back September 19, 2021, leading to a paper trail that involved numerous people.

Hageman is also facing two other felony charges, which include the possession and sale of a controlled substance.

In a police report, it states that a 39-year-old woman known as ‘K.A.S.’ had died from fentanyl overdose on January 14. Investigators discovered a series of text messages between K.A.S and Hageman, with one text asking, ‘Can I do$120 more[?]’. Hageman admitted to selling the blue pills containing fentanyl on four occasions to K.A.S..

Majority of the people listed in the report had access to, sold or were involved with these pills. 27-year-old Antwon Potts, who was implicated in the report in regard to ‘M30′ pills, had thousands of text messages to Lequita Conley, Shaun Bethany Cole, Trevon Boykins, Jocelyn Nesseth, Summer Allery, Joseph Redding and Destinee Kamrowski. All of those listed had either consumed, sold or bought these deadly pills during the investigation that started back in September last year.

If convicted, Hageman could face 70 years behind bars.

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