Last week, the body of a man who went missing a year ago was found encased in concrete and buried in the backyard of his own home. Carl Spencer, 27, of Hartville, Ohio, was arraigned on Monday for the murder of the victim, his 25-year-old roommate Nicholas Stein. According to charging documents, prosecutors believe that Spencer (pictured) pushed Stein down a flight of stairs after a love triangle turned deadly.
According to People, Stein’s remains were found in a plastic container inside the concrete, buried six feet under. Cadaver dogs assisted in the search.
The Akron Beacon Journal reported that Spencer’s lawyer, Derek Lowry, said Spencer will be pleading not guilty. The lawyer declined to make any additional comments on the case. The Associated Press reported that Spencer was jailed on $5 million bond.
Kristen Lain, 28, reported Stein missing last year. She,
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A woman living in a Denver suburb is accused of killing her 69-year-old dad and then sealing his body up in concrete inside the crawlspace of their home.
Dayna Michele Jennings, 44, of Federal Heights is currently being held without bond, according to NBC News. She is facing charges of first-degree murder for the killing of her father William Mussack.
Mussack was reported missing three days after Christmas. Last week, his body was found encased in concrete inside a crawlspace of the home he shared with his daughter, according to an affidavit by the Federal Heights police.
The victim’s son recounted some chilling details of events that occurred in the weeks before Mussack died. Brian Mussack told police his dad texted him in early December and “described the feeling of being drugged and falling asleep in a recliner chair for 15 hours. […] He recalled taking a bite from a hamburger,
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The body of a 3-year-old boy was discovered encased in concrete at a Wichita, Kansas home back in September. Now, the child’s mother and her boyfriend are being charged with first-degree murder. On Tuesday, Miranda Miller and Stephen Bodine were charged for Evan Brewer’s death, according to The New York Times. The couple is expected to appear in court this week, and at this time, it is unclear if they have lawyers who can speak on their behalf.
A landlord discovered Brewer’s body while cleaning out the home after Miller and Bodine had moved out. According to The New York Times, the landlord noticed a foul smell exuding through a concrete structure in the home. The couple, however, was already in jail on prior, unrelated charges, and each of them are now being held on $500,000 bail.
Evan’s dad, Carlo Brewer, was concerned about
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