A Watertown man will spend two years on probation for running a drug house where a supplier bought the heroin that killed a woman in Dodge County. Thirty-five-year-old Jason Twaite pleaded no contest this week to maintaining a drug house, and a misdemeanor count of possessing drug paraphernalia was dropped in a plea deal. Twaite was one of three people charged in the heroin overdose death of 41-year-old Holly Nehls (nails) in May of 2016. Thirty-year-old Gabriel Brandl is ending his first year of a seven year prison term for helping Nehls inject the heroin — and he later tried hiding her body to avoid being arrested. The third defendant, 50-year-old Terence Jahnke of Watertown, is due to be sentenced January eighth for reckless homicide and two other charges.