Idone, 29, dated Weisholz previously and on March 6, she was found unresponsive in her home. Investigators determined that it was due to an overdose of heroin taken the night before.
Idone had recently been released from an out-of-state
rehabilitation facility, which Weisholz was aware of, according to according to
Morris County Acting Prosecutor Fredric Knapp. He told her he would meet her in
Montville, where he gave her heroin and a needle. She took the dose in his
presence, Knapp said. She then went home and to bed where she was found the
next day. Investigators searched Weisholz's home and found heroin that had
a matching stamp as the fold in Idone's possession, Knapp said.