On September 9, Timothy Heller was convicted by a jury for domestic abuse murder in the first degree, and murder in the second degree while he committed a felony. Timothy Heller was sentenced to life behind bars on September 23 and is expected to be eligible for parole after he serves 30 years of the sentence, the Hennepin County Attorney’s Office reveals in a press release.
WCCO-TV acquired court records that show Heller attacked age 36 Lacy Jo Krube on February 20 in 2021 at a Brooklyn Park, Minnesota residence. Krube passed out, then passed away as a result of her traumas. Before she died, Krube purportedly said to Heller she had a tummy ache.
The Ramsey County Medical Examiner’s Office came to the conclusion that the cause of Krube’s death was due to her stomach bursting open and severe peritonitis. She endured a number of traumas from Heller beating her.
When authorities searched the bedroom, detectives apparently discovered evidence of blood and that the drywall was damaged.
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