A St. Paul man has been sentenced to nearly 34 years in prison for killing his girlfriend and hiding her body. It is the maximum allowable sentence under his plea agreement.
More than a year after her death, a St. Paul woman’s boyfriend has pleaded guilty to killing her and hiding her body.
After six long months of waiting, a St. Paul family now knows who investigators believed killed their loved one.
A person of interest located in Florida in connection to a St. Paul woman’s homicide is now a suspect in her death, according to police.
Authorities arrested the 31-year-old man on Wednesday. He is identified as Corey Dean Thomas and is being held in Miami on a Minnesota Department of Corrections arrest warrant.
Police say the woman found dead Monday in her St. Paul home was a 27-year-old mother of two young children.
St. Paul Police are investigating a homicide of a 27-year-old woman.