St. Louis, Missouri 2021-10-08 16:18:00 –
NS. Louis County (KMOV.com)-A St. Louis County jury convicted Kevin Fields on Friday for murder in 2016.
The decision was made on February 5, 2016, on three other felony charges in which Tamialen was stabbed to death at Morin Acres. The other three charges against Fields were armed crime, robbery and robbery.
The St. Louis Prosecutor’s Office has charged a man suspected of killing Tamiaren at Moleen Acres on February 5.
Fields was an intimate partner of the victim, according to a statement from the St. Louis County Public Prosecutor’s Office. According to a statement, Fields illegally entered Allen’s house, stabbed her to death, and stole her cell phone and purse.
Fields’ DNA was found at Allen’s house, and after escaping the scene, was found on multiple fences he allegedly climbed, the statement said.
“Today is the day Tami Allen got the right justice for her,” said Wesley Bell, St. Louis County Prosecutor. “Justice requires participation. This belief is due to the participation of skilled court staff, hard-working police detectives, attentive juries, and a fair bench. This belief and judgment is for Tami Allen’s family. I pray for peace and closure. “
The minimum sentence for primary murder is life imprisonment, which does not qualify for parole.
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