Woman sentenced for role in gruesome Brewerton slaying
SYRACUSE, N.Y. —
The woman accused of helping a Brewerton man clean up a homicide scene and hide the victim's body was sentenced Monday morning.
Connie Ingoldby received one to three years in prison during her sentencing in Onondaga County Court. That was the sentence Ingoldby was told she'd receive when she pleaded guilty to first degree hindering prosecution last year for her role in the death of Aikeem Hudgins in December of 2016.
Hudgin's mother was in court and had to be to be quieted down after telling the judge Ingoldby deserved a longer sentence.
Corey Slattery, the man accused of committing the gruesome killing, is due to be sentenced next month.
Prosecutors say Ingoldby helped Corey Slattery cover up Hudgins' death in December 2016.
Slattery, who has also pleaded guilty, lured the victim to his home at the Bayshore North Apartment complex and then strangled him to death, according to prosecutors. The six-count indictment against Slattery and Ingoldby said the pair then took Hudgins' body out of the apartment and drove around with his body in a plastic container of a van.
Hudgins remains were then cut up, burned and disposed of in "numerous dumpsters," according to the indictment.