TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) — Florida prosecutors mentioned they might be looking for the loss of life penalty for the person accused of murdering a girl and placing her frame in a septic tank in Jensen Beach.
NBC associate WPTV reported Monday that courtroom paperwork filed on May 18 confirmed that the state would intend to get Keoki Hilo Demich, 34, achieved if he’s discovered to blame of the homicide of 57-year-old Cynthia Cole.
Cole’s frame used to be present in her house’s septic tank on March 5, consistent with the Martin County Sheriff’s Office. She used to be in the past noticed alive on the Jammin’ Jensen in Jensen Beach previous to her disappearance.
After discovering her frame, deputies charged Demich for her loss of life. Martin County Sheriff William Snyder mentioned surveillance video confirmed Demich strolling clear of Cole’s video.
Authorities mentioned Demich knew the sufferer for years and labored as a handyman.