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Great Bend, Kansas-Texas woman sentenced to life imprisonment without parole for her role in the death of a Kansas couple killed at the behest of a carnival worker as part of the start of a fictitious “carnival mafia.” it was done.
Kimberly Stacy Younger, 55, in Aranzaspas, Texas, was convicted on Monday of murder for the deaths of Alfred Carpenter, 78, and his 79-year-old wife Pauline, the Office of the Attorney of Kansas.
Investigators said one of the suspects ordered the other to kill the Carpenters as part of a ceremony to join the non-existent “Carnival Mafia.”
The Carpenters were killed after working at the Burton County Fair. Their bodies were found in a national forest near Van Buren, Arkansas.
The young man was also sentenced to more than 20 years in prison for plots to commit murder, solicitations to commit murder and theft. The text is provided continuously.
Rusty Frasier, 37, from Aranzas Pass, Texas, was sentenced to life imprisonment for 50 years in each of two single murders without parole last year.
Michael Fowler, 56, from Sarasota, Florida, was previously sentenced to life imprisonment for a single murder and theft. Christine Tenny, 40, of Lamarck, Texas, was sentenced to nearly six years in prison for exacerbated robbery and eight months in prison for interfering with his arrest.
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