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Goshen man to spend five years in prison for his role in dismemberment case

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A former Goshen man will spend the next five years in prison for his role in the Fort Wayne dismemberment case.

22-year-old Jacob Carreon-Hamilton was sentenced Friday morning. He recorded a video of, and participated in, the dismemberment of 55-year-old Shane Nguyen, which jurors had to watch during Mathew Cramer’s trial last week.

Cramer was found guilty Wednesday of Murder, Abuse of a Corpse, and Resisting Law Enforcement. The jury recommended that he be sentenced to life in prison without parole.

Carreon-Hamilton pled guilty to Assisting a Criminal, Abuse of a Corpse, and Resisting Law Enforcement. WANE 15 reports that he got a plea deal that required him to plead guilty to certain felonies and testify against Cramer in exchange for his five-year sentence.

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1 comment

Jim Jones November 7, 2022 at 4:44 pm

If he only gets 5 years, will he be a butcher when his time’s up?
How long would he have to serve to be a Michelin Chef?
WHO is the idiot for the state that let this short of time be served??

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