New Jersey Man Gets 31 Years in Prison For Killing Wife
A New Jersey man has been sentenced to 31 years behind bars for choking his wife to death on New Years Eve 2014.
Kyle Crosby of Mount Laurel has finally got the justice he deserves after the killing of his then 26-year-old wife, Erica Crippen.
According to Philly.com, back on New Year's Eve 2014, after an argument about Crosby's drug abuse and behavior, things turned dangerous.
Reportedly, Crosby choked his wife to death and proceeded to dispose the body in Sykesville, Maryland. Police were able to locate her body through over 8,000 locations found on Crosby's GPS device.
Her body was found with her neck, feet, and hands bound with yellow electrical wire and her mouth and nose covered with duct tape.
Why did he dispose the body so far away? 'I was scared,' Crosby says in this Philly.com article.
Philly.com also mentions had the case gone to trial it would have meant murder conviction. Through Crosby's plea deal saved his wife's family the agony...which I suppose is nice? Somewhat.
He will be eligible for parole after he has served 85 percent of his sentence.