LEAVENWORTH, Kan. (AP) — A person has been sentenced to life in jail for the loss of life of a Leavenworth man who was stabbed greater than 25 instances.
Jeffery M. Samulczyk, 38, was sentenced Wednesday to life in jail with an opportunity of parole after 25 years. He pleaded responsible in January to felony homicide, The Leavenworth Occasions reported.
The physique of his sufferer, Joshua Gibson, was discovered wrapped in plastic within the basement of his Leavenworth residence on Oct. 20, 2020.
Gilson’s spouse, Alexandra, pleaded responsible to first-degree homicide final 12 months in his loss of life and was additionally sentenced to life in jail.
Investigators discovered textual content messages between Samulczyk and Gilson’s spouse discussing the killing and how you can cowl it up, prosecutors stated.
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