A person accused of dismembering a Seattle mom he beforehand dated, after which stuffing her stays in rubbish baggage was sentenced to just about 28 years in jail.
John Charlton was sentenced in King County Supreme Court docket on Friday for the slaying of 40-year-old Ingrid Lyne, a mother of three who was a nurse. He pleaded responsible to murdering her and stealing her automotive in October.
“He deserves extra,” Phil Lyne, Lyne’s ex-husband, stated in court docket.
“You’ve got taken our daughters’ compassionate, caring mom who I revered very a lot. You’ve gotten taken somebody who was not yours to take,” he instructed Charlton.
Decide Julie Spector stated she would’ve sentenced the 39-year-old to life in jail if it weren’t for the state’s tips. Charleston’s 27 years and 9 months sentence was the utmost time for inmates to serve within the state, in accordance with KOMO-TV.
Charlton instructed cops he met Lyne on a relationship website and dated for a couple of month. He stated they went to a baseball recreation on April eight, 2016, the night time earlier than she was reported lacking.
They went to a bar after which to her home, however stated he in some way he ended up sleeping on a sidewalk. Charlton stated he was too drunk to recollect particulars of that night time.
A house owner referred to as the police after discovering three plastic trash baggage he thought contained human physique components, which the health worker confirmed had been Lyne’s.
Investigators discovered a 15-inch pruning noticed close to her bathtub and her blood and flesh within the drain pipes, court docket paperwork say.
“There aren’t any phrases that may alleviate the ache that I brought on, and for that, I’m really sorry,” Charlton stated at his sentencing.
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