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AKRON, Ohio (WJW) — A Rittman girl, who was previously found guilty for her half within the homicide of a pizza supply driver in 2012, was sentenced Tuesday, the Summit County Prosecutor’s Workplace mentioned.
Again in November, Erica Stefanko, now 38, was discovered responsible of aggravated homicide and homicide within the dying of Ashley Biggs, 25. As we speak, she was sentenced to 30 years to life in jail.
“Erica Stefanko eluded justice for greater than 9 years. On this case, justice delayed is just not justice denied,” Summit County Prosecutor Sherri Bevan Walsh mentioned in a press release. “I’m pleased with the perseverance of investigators and my assistant prosecutors who wouldn’t cease preventing for Ashley Biggs and her household. Simply over 9 years after Ashley was murdered, Erica Stefanko is being held accountable for what she did.”
Stefanko had beforehand been scheduled for sentencing in January.
Again in 2013, police charged Biggs’ ex-boyfriend, Chad Cobb, within the case. He pleaded responsible to prices together with aggravated homicide and was sentenced to life in jail with out the potential of parole.
Nevertheless, Cobb was not alone within the incident, the Summit County Prosecutor’s Workplace mentioned. Stefanko, who was married to Cobb on the time, lured Biggs to an empty parking zone of a closed enterprise in New Franklin on June 20, 2012, by ordering a pizza to the situation, and driving Cobb residence after he beat and strangled Biggs and dumped her physique.
Cobb and Biggs had been going by a really contentious custody battle over their then 7-year-old daughter on the time of the homicide.
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