Gallery: initial exam for murder defendants in loss of Army Sergeant
BERRIEN COUNTY, MI — The guy charged into the loss of their lover’s spouse, a U.S. Army sergeant, pleaded accountable this week to murder.
Jeremy Cuellar will face prison time for the loss of U.S. Army Sgt. Tyrone Hassel III, 23, after pleading bad to second-degree murder Monday, July 29, Berrien County Chief Assistant Prosecutor Steve Pierangeli stated.
Jury finds spouse responsible of murder in slaying of U.S. Army sergeant
Kemia Hassel had been discovered accountable of first-degree premeditated murder and conspiracy to commit murder Thursday, July 18, in Berrien County test Court.
Cuellar and Kemia Hassel, the victim’s spouse, had been both faced with murder due to their roles in Hassel’s killing. an authorities research into the sergeant’s death revealed an event and a plot to destroy the spouse.
Hassel ended up being discovered bad by a jury at test in Berrien County test Court Thursday, July 18, of first-degree premeditated murder and conspiracy to commit murder. Hassel will face a statutory sentence that is minimum of in jail minus the opportunity for parole for the December murder of her spouse, and faces sentencing within the court at 11 a.m. Aug. 29.
Cuellar ended up being scheduled to manage test on costs of first-degree, premeditated murder and conspiracy to commit murder in Berrien County Trial Court beginning Aug. 12, Pierangeli stated. Continue reading Wife’s enthusiast pleads accountable to murder in Army sergeant’s killing