Results 1 to 20 of 20

Thread: Dr. Teresa Sievers "brutally murdered", Her husband's friend and an accomplice have been charged

  1. #1
    Don't drink sanitizer! raisedbywolves's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2013
    Posts
    15,489
    Rep Power
    21474859

    Dr. Teresa Sievers "brutally murdered", Her husband's friend and an accomplice have been charged

    http://www.stltoday.com/news/local/c...88059f929.html



    Two men from Missouri have been charged with second-degree murder in the killing of a physician in Florida this summer.

    Curtis Wayne Wright, 47, of Hillsboro, and Jimmy Ray Rodgers, 25, of Cadet, Mo., about 70 miles southwest of St. Louis, are held in jails in Missouri.

    Lee County, Fla., Sheriff Mike Scott announced the arrests of Rodgers and Wright on Thursday in connection with the slaying June 29 of Dr. Teresa Sievers, 46. Scott said, ?Two vicious killers are in custody,? the Naples (Fla.) Daily News reported.

    The newspaper also said that Wright and Sievers? husband, Mark Sievers, have been friends since high school in Hillsboro, citing mutual friends of both.

    On Facebook, Mark Sievers lists Wright as his ?brother,? and Wright and Rodgers are friends. Rodgers? Facebook page was taken down or made private Friday afternoon, but it listed his nickname as ?Hammer.?

    Scott, in one of two brief news conferences, called the crime ?horrific? and said Sievers had been ?brutally murdered,? but no details of the crime have been released. Scott also said it was the ?most complicated, intricate set of circumstances that most of us have ever seen.?

    Rodgers, on probation for a federal firearms conviction, appeared in U.S. District Court in St. Louis on Friday morning to waive a hearing on a claim that he violated terms of supervised release by leaving the state.

    A Lee County investigator was in the courtroom to watch the proceedings, but declined to comment.

    After the hearing, Rodgers? attorney, Joan Miller, said that he was admitting only that he had left the Missouri area, not that he had been in Florida or committed any other crime.

    She declined to comment on the Florida allegations.

    Miller said that after a final hearing next week, Rodgers would probably be sentenced to four to 10 months in prison for the probation violation.

    Jimmy Rodgers (left), of Hillsboro, and Curtis Wayne Wright, of Cadet, Mo., were charged with murder in the death of a Florida physician.

    In court documents, Rodgers? probation officer says he was spotted in a Fort Myers, Fla., Walmart on June 28, and was also charged in Florida with murder. There are no other details in the file.

    Sievers was slain the next day in Bonita Springs, Fla., just south of Fort Myers. Officials have not revealed how or why she was killed.

    As Rodgers was being led from the courtroom Friday, he did not respond to a TV reporter?s shouted question: ?Did you kill Teresa Sievers??

    Assistant U.S. Attorney John Bird referred questions to U.S. Attorney Richard Callahan, who declined to comment.

    Rodgers was held in the St. Francois County Jail; Curtis in the Jefferson County Jail.

    Rodgers? only Missouri felony charge was filed in 2007 when, at age 17, he was accused of resisting arrest by fleeing in Monroe County, Mo. He was sentenced to five years of probation. His attorney at the time said that Rodgers was in a ?hot rod? and didn?t immediately pull over for police.

    That state felony conviction was the basis of a federal charge of unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon that was filed in 2009. Officials said he was caught with 43 rifles, pistols and shotguns that belonged to his deceased father.

    His attorney in the federal case said in court filings that Rodgers had been told that as long as he did not touch the firearms there, he could return to the house he shared with his brother.

    Federal prosecutors disputed that, and said Rodgers continued to acquire new guns after his state conviction. They noted that he was arrested in 2010 for possession of a sawed-off shotgun. In 2011, he pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 57 months in federal prison. He was released in September 2014.

    Rodgers was taking welding classes at the time of the crime and suffered from adjustment and anxiety disorders, according to court documents.

    Wright spent some time behind bars for a 2010 drug possession charge to which he pleaded guilty. He was granted probation for a 2009 conviction for drug possession and a 1996 conviction for drug possession and unlawful use of a weapon.

    No lawyer is currently listed for Wright. A former attorney, Justin Kent Summary, said that he had no knowledge of the murder case.

    Relatives of Rodgers and Wright could not be reached for comment.

    Teresa and Mark Sievers ran a practice called Restorative Health and Healing Center, which focused on holistic and integrated medicine.

    A fund has been set up to help support the Sievers? daughters, ages 8 and 11.

  2. #2
    Senior Member Bewitchingstorm's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2015
    Location
    Never have I been a blue, calm sea...I have always been a storm.
    Posts
    6,838
    Rep Power
    21474848
    Now her husband has been charged (only shared key points from the article):

    Revealed: Bombshell court documents allege beloved Florida doctor's cash-strapped husband hired her killers to get $4.5million in life insurance money

    Investigators in Florida believe the husband of a well-respected doctor and mother-of-two Teresa Sievers orchestrated her murder to cash in on her multimillion-dollar life insurance policy.

    Sievers, 46, was discovered dead in her home in Bonita Springs, Florida, on the morning of June 29. An autopsy showed she died from a blunt-force trauma to the head likely caused by a hammer.

    The woman's husband and children were out of state at the time of the homicide.

    In late August, police arrested Jimmy Rodgers, 25, and Curtis Wayne Wright Jr, 47, on second-degree murder charges in connection to Sievers's slaying.

    According to the newly released affidavit, Mark and Teresa had five life insurance polices on each other totaling $4.4million.

    It all started on June 26 when Mark, Teresa and their two daughters, aged 8 and 11, flew to Connecticut for a family gathering, but Mrs Sievers returned to Florida alone two days later.

    The affidavit indicated that Mark?s last contact with his wife was just before 11pm on June 28. She sent him a text message saying she had landed safely and was en route home.

    On the morning of her return to Bonita Springs, someone had deactivated the house alarm system, according to the court documents.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...nce-money.html

  3. #3
    Senior Member Bewitchingstorm's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2015
    Location
    Never have I been a blue, calm sea...I have always been a storm.
    Posts
    6,838
    Rep Power
    21474848
    Correction ~ he has not been charged yet.

  4. #4
    Senior Member puzzld's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2007
    Posts
    18,910
    Rep Power
    21474867
    Quote Originally Posted by Bewitchingstorm View Post

    Revealed: Bombshell court documents allege beloved Florida doctor's cash-strapped husband hired her killers to get $4.5million in life insurance money
    Surely not. It's never the husband.
    Quote Originally Posted by bowieluva View Post
    lol at Nestle being some vicious smiter, she's the nicest person on this site besides probably puzzld. Or at least the last person to resort to smiting.
    Quote Originally Posted by nestlequikie View Post
    Why on earth would I smite you when I can ban you?

  5. #5
    Senior Member Angiebla's Avatar
    Join Date
    Feb 2013
    Posts
    11,002
    Rep Power
    21474855
    This husband is an idiot. He hired his friend to kill her. I'm guessing he gave his friend the code to the alarm to deactivate it?

    "The love for all living creatures is the most noble attribute of man" -Charles Darwin

    Quote Originally Posted by bowieluva View Post
    Chelsea, if you are a ghost and reading mds, I command you to walk into the light.

  6. #6
    Cranjis McBasketball Nic B's Avatar
    Join Date
    May 2011
    Location
    Sacramento, California
    Posts
    7,791
    Rep Power
    21474853
    Quote Originally Posted by Angiebla View Post
    This husband is an idiot. He hired his friend to kill her. I'm guessing he gave his friend the code to the alarm to deactivate it?
    Not to mention the killer told his wife or girlfriend or whatever, that he was going to Florida to go to their house. Yeah he said to "fix a computer" but still. That puts him in the area. Not to mention it's a dumb excuse.


    Quote Originally Posted by marakisses View Post
    yes i said i will leave it under you storage he said cuddle with me i said shut up it over??? what am i doing wrong??

  7. #7
    Senior Member bermstalker's Avatar
    Join Date
    Nov 2012
    Posts
    12,590
    Rep Power
    21474856
    Florida?s Department of Children and Families confirmed Wednesday that it is reviewing the welfare of Teresa Sievers? two children, one day after documents released from the investigation revealed her husband is implicated in her killing.

    DCF spokeswoman Natalie Harrell said the agency is aware of the newly released records detailing claims of Mark Sievers' involvement in the planning of the slaying of his wife on June 28.

    "We only initiate child protection investigations when an allegation is called in to the child abuse hotline," Harrell wrote in an email. "With that being said, anyone can call in a report to the hotline ? law enforcement, family members, teachers, doctors, or even concerned neighbors. Once the report is accepted by the hotline, an investigation is initiated with the family."

    Harrell said no other new information could be released. It?s unclear when DCF began its investigation.

    Mark Sievers' lawyer, Lee Hollander, said to his knowledge, the complaints against his client were unfounded. Hollander said he still didn't have copies of the newly released discovery records as of Wednesday night.

    Teresa and Mark Sievers have two daughters together, age 8 and 11. Relatives of Teresa Sievers said Mark Sievers continues to care for the two girls, but that they have not had contact with the children since Nov. 19.

    Documents released Tuesday by the State Attorney's Office show investigators believe Mark Sievers arranged to pay his childhood friend Curtis Wayne Wright Jr. to kill his wife in the Sieverses' Bonita Springs home on Jarvis Road.

    Mark Sievers has not been charged, and the documents released Tuesday represent the opinion of investigators handling the case.

    It's unclear if DCF has been in contact with the Lee County Sheriff's Office or if the department has initiated any activity to attempt to remove the children from their home.

    Florida law says children can be removed from their home by law enforcement or DCF if they are being abused, neglected or abandoned or if they are "in imminent danger" of being injured as a result of abuse, neglect or abandonment. To place a child in shelter care, a court must find that keeping the child in his or her current home situation "presents a substantial and immediate danger to the child's physical, mental, or emotional health or safety" that can't be mitigated with preventive services.

    Asked Tuesday if Mark Sievers is considered a danger to his daughters or to the community at large, Lee County Sheriff Mike Scott said detectives believe the killing of Teresa Sievers was an isolated, targeted event.

    In the weeks after herslaying, Teresa Sievers' family said Mark Sievers allowed them phone calls and FaceTime chats, although he typically monitored their conversations.

    Like us on Facebook

    Teresa Sievers' sister Annie Lisa said Mark Sievers cut her off from contact with her nieces in mid-August after a visit that ended in an argument about one of the girls.

    "We're very concerned about the girls. The family is concerned and distraught," Lisa said. "We hope they're OK."

    Teresa Sievers' brother Frank Longobardi said he and his mother made a surprise visit to the Sieverses' home in mid-November to see one of the girls in a play.

    "Due to what had been basically limited contact with the girls, and with the contact we had, it seemed as though they were being coached," he said.

    Longobardi said the two girls were rude to him and their grandmother, although they all previously had a loving, warm relationship. It seemed to him that they looked to their father for approval before speaking.

    "To me, the whole situation didn't smell very right," Longobardi said.

    Lisa and Longobardi said the girls seem sad, tired and despondent, a departure from their typical silly, fun behavior even in the days right after their mother was killed.

    "They're not the same girls," Lisa said.

    Follow us on Twitter

    The two siblings said their family tried to contact the girls on what would have been their mother's birthday ? Nov. 19 ? but said Mark Sievers didn't return their calls.

    Later, they heard back from him apologizing that he had been out with his daughters "remembering mommy."

    Lisa and Longobardi said no one in the family has had contact with the girls since then.

    Lisa said all of the money raised in a GoFundMe online fundraiser after Teresa Sievers' death is in the hands of her siblings and is being used exclusively for the two daughters.

    "In light of recent developments, we wanted to assure everyone who has donated money to the GoFundMe site that Mark doesn't have any access to the funds and hasn't received any funds," Lisa said.
    http://www.naplesnews.com/news/local...360058711.html

  8. #8
    Senior Member bermstalker's Avatar
    Join Date
    Nov 2012
    Posts
    12,590
    Rep Power
    21474856
    Here's the documents released. WOW.
    I wonder why husband hasn't been arrested? It's some pretty damning evidence.

    Just a quick run-down of the documents.
    They were both swingers.
    Lots of life insurance
    They were in a lot of debt.
    A girlfriend of one of the killers admitted husband hired them
    The two killers were idiots. They should have painted "killer" on their forehead.

    https://www.documentcloud.org/docume...vers-case.html

  9. #9
    Don't drink sanitizer! raisedbywolves's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2013
    Posts
    15,489
    Rep Power
    21474859
    http://abcnews.go.com/US/husband-sla...ry?id=37239626

    The husband has FINALLY been arrested! It says second degree murder, but then it says he could get the death penalty, so I am guessing it is first degree murder he is charged with.
    ETA: No, he has been charged with 2nd degree according to other sources. Only a grand jury can indict for 1st degree murder and the possibility of the death penalty.


    The husband of a Florida doctor murdered inside the couple's home last year was arrested in connection with her slaying.

    A shackled Mark Sievers was emotionless Friday as he was taken to the Lee County jail for allegedly planning the murder of his wife Teresa last June. He was charged with second-degree murder.

    “No emotion there,” Lee County Sheriff Mike Scott said of Sievers. “I’m not 100 percent sure he’s got blood in his veins. I think it might be ice.”

    In court documents, investigators said Sievers hired two men to break into the couple's home and kill his wife.

    “We were after Mark Sievers,” said Scott. “We got our man and we're happy for that.”

    One of the men arrested for the murder, Curtis Wright, cooperated with investigators, police said. He accepted a shorter sentence of 25 years days before Sievers was arrested.

    According to police, investigators have been looking for months through conversations between Sievers and Wright, who often used codes and disposable cell phones.

    “These folks went to great lengths to cover their tracks,” Scott said. “We had investigators in multiple states.”

    Sievers’ attorney declined to comment on his arrest. Attorneys for Wright said he "is deeply sorry for the pain and lifetime of suffering that he has caused" and his decision to plead guilty "will hopefully begin to answer many questions and bring closure to the family of Teresa Sievers."

    Investigators said the couple may have had money problems and Sievers had five different insurance policies under his wife’s name totaling more than $4 million.

    If convicted, Sievers could get the death penalty.
    Last edited by raisedbywolves; 02-28-2016 at 02:59 PM.

  10. #10
    Senior Member bermstalker's Avatar
    Join Date
    Nov 2012
    Posts
    12,590
    Rep Power
    21474856
    The state attorney's office has officially filed murder charges against Mark Sievers and Jimmy Ray Rodgers in the slaying of Dr. Teresa Sievers.

    The agency on Friday filed charges of second-degree murder and conspiracy to commit murder against the men, Samantha Syoen, spokeswoman for the state attorney's office.

    About two weeks ago, the other defendant in the case Curtis Wayne Wright Jr. took a 25-year plea deal to help prosecutors convict his childhood best friend, Mark Sievers — husband of Teresa Sievers. Wright will be sentenced May 31.

    Mark Sievers was arrested Feb. 26, the same say Wright took the plea.

    Rodgers, 25, served six months in a federal prison in Illinois on an unrelated violation of probation charge and was booked into Lee County Jail early Feb. 23. Rodgers, of Cadet, Mo., is in Collier County Jail for safety reasons, the sheriff's office has said.

    Teresa Sievers was found the morning of June 29 bludgeoned to death next to a bloodied hammer inside the family's Jarvis Road home in Bonita Springs.

    Timeline

    June 28: Dr. Teresa Sievers bludgeoned to death in her Bonita Springs home after flying back from a family gathering in Connecticut.

    June 29: Teresa Sievers' body is found in her home after she didn't show up for work.

    July 6: Hundreds of friends, family and former patients pack United Church in Naples to celebrate her life.

    July 9: Lee detectives get a tip when a person in Illinois said she might have some information about the crime.

    July 10: The investigators fly to Missouri to interview the witness. Her information leads them to Curtis Wayne Wright and Jimmy Rodgers as suspects.

    Sept. 2: A Missouri judge rules that Rodgers was guilty of breaking the terms of his 2011 guilty plea to unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon when he came to Florida to kill Sievers.

    Aug. 25: Rodgers arrested on a warrant by Washington County (Missouri) Sheriff’s Office.

    Aug. 27: Wright arrested in Hillsboro, Missouri.

    Oct. 15: Wright booked into Lee County Jail.

    Nov. 16: Wright charged with the murder of Teresa Sievers.

    Dec. 1: The state attorney's office releases documents that implicate Mark Sievers in the slaying of his wife.

    Dec. 7: A judge denies a Department of Children and Families emergency sheltering petition and ruled Mark Sievers retain custody of his two daughters despite documents linking him to his wife's killing being public.

    Feb. 22: Jimmy Ray Rodgers is booked into Lee County Jail.

    Feb. 26: Mark Sievers is arrested after Wright accepts a 25-year plea deal.
    http://www.news-press.com/story/news...rney/81666018/

  11. #11
    Senior Member Bewitchingstorm's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2015
    Location
    Never have I been a blue, calm sea...I have always been a storm.
    Posts
    6,838
    Rep Power
    21474848
    About two weeks ago, the other defendant in the case Curtis Wayne Wright Jr. took a 25-year plea deal to help prosecutors convict his childhood best friend, Mark Sievers — husband of Teresa Sievers.


    They always turn. That idiot husband.

  12. #12
    Don't drink sanitizer! raisedbywolves's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2013
    Posts
    15,489
    Rep Power
    21474859
    http://www.winknews.com/2016/05/17/t...ievers-murder/

    Text messages show unraveling marriage before Teresa Sievers’ murder

    Text messages show the Sievers relationship was becoming increasingly tense in the years leading up to Teresa Sievers’ killing. The couple shared thousands of text messages about their erotic encounters and sexual fantasies. Mark Sievers began to keep a detailed calendar, noting when and what happened when he and wife Teresa Sievers had intercourse.

    However, growing tension in their relationship became very apparent in 2013 when Teresa suggested inviting other sexual partners into the relationship.

    By January 2015, their demeanor through text messages had taken a complete turn: it seemed as though the married couple was becoming annoyed with each other.

    Mark Sievers claimed that Teresa Sievers fantasized about a man named Wayne. (Mark Sievers’ good friend is Curtis Wayne Wright, who pled guilty to second-degree murder and will testify against Mark Sievers in court). His frustration with his wife escalated via text message a month before she was murdered.

    5/14/2015
    Mark to Teresa: you have to see how rediculous (sic) this is as you are apparently texting other people but getting annoyed with me…Time management?


    Teresa Sievers responded to her husband curtly.

    5/14/2015
    Teresa to Mark: You are pissing me off


    Mark Sievers was arrested at the Sievers’ home Feb. 26. He was formally charged with second-degree murder in the death of Teresa Sievers in March.
    More texts at link, but it looks petty to me.

  13. #13
    Don't drink sanitizer! raisedbywolves's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2013
    Posts
    15,489
    Rep Power
    21474859
    http://www.news-press.com/story/news...rder/97901018/

    '48 Hours' to feature Teresa Sievers murder

    Saturday night, CBS' "48 Hours" will air “Eleven Hundred Miles to Murder” a deep dive into the circumstances and personalities surrounding the case of the holistic physician and mother of two who was murdered with a hammer in her Bonita Springs kitchen.

  14. #14
    Don't drink sanitizer! raisedbywolves's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2013
    Posts
    15,489
    Rep Power
    21474859
    http://www.winknews.com/2019/04/04/a...elay-in-trial/

    Attorneys the State have requested a continuance to delay the start date of trial on a first-degree murder case against defendants Mark Sievers and Jimmy Rogers.

    Wright accepted a plea deal and is expected to testify against Rodgers, his close friend, and Mark Sievers.

    According to court documents the State received a trace evidence analysis report from the FBI on February 25. Attorneys say the report will require further investigation by the State as to the matters contained in the report and the State may not be ready for trial on June 3.

    Counsel is requesting the court to continue the currently set trial on June 3 to September, 2019.

  15. #15
    Don't drink sanitizer! raisedbywolves's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2013
    Posts
    15,489
    Rep Power
    21474859
    Trial started this week

    https://www.naplesnews.com/story/new...ts/3821627002/

    The trial for one of three men accused in the killing of beloved Bonita Springs doctor Teresa Sievers began Tuesday morning at the Lee County Justice Center — four years after her death.

    The victim’s husband, Mark Sievers, 51, and Jimmy Ray Rodgers, 29, are co-defendants in the case. Both are charged with first-degree murder and face the death penalty if convicted.

    Rodgers wore a light blue shirt and tie into the courtroom and looked on nervously while the judge read the charges filed against him.

    For the majority of the day, Rodgers did not express emotion and appeared focused on the jury selection process.

    Sievers, who was only in the courtroom for a few minutes, wore a navy blue suit and stepped up to the podium confidently next to his attorney as his case was discussed.

    Rodgers’ five-week trial began after Lee Circuit Judge Bruce Kyle denied several defense motions for continuance in the case.

    Public defender Kathleen Fitzgeorge and Assistant State Attorneys Cynthia Ross and Hamid Hunter attempted for a few minutes to reach a plea deal in the Rodgers’ case Tuesday morning before it moved forward without one.

    The judge made sure Rodgers understood that if he is found guilty, the trial will proceed to a penalty phase where it will be decided if he should be sentenced to either death or life in prison.

    “There has been one offer, and I reject that offer," Rodgers said when asked by the judge about potential plea deals.

  16. #16
    Don't drink sanitizer! raisedbywolves's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2013
    Posts
    15,489
    Rep Power
    21474859
    https://www.winknews.com/2019/10/24/...jimmy-rodgers/

    The judge overseeing the trial for Teresa Sievers murder is in control of the next steps after Wednesday’s murder conviction of Jimmy Rodgers, and the man who allegedly hired him to kill his wife, Mark Sievers.

    Tenatively, sentencing for Rodgers is set for November 18, and he faces 25 years to life in prison.

    As for Mark Sievers trial, that’s slated to start on the Nov. 12, but that could be moved up now that the Rodgers case is out of the way.

    The big question this morning is how much of a factor will Rodgers verdict be in the upcoming trial?

    To know that, first you need to understand something about the verdict given. Jurors said Rodgers was guilty of Second Degree Murder, but when asked if he was the one holding the weapon, jurors said no.

    Which means they didn’t believe prosecutors star witness, Curtis Wright, who took a plea deal to testify against Rodgers.

    Wright painted a gruesome picture to jurors describing how Rodgers went into a frenzy killing Dr. Sievers.

    “Either, A, they didn’t believe that there was a plan. Or they didn’t believe that he was actually part of that plan,” said trial attorney, Daniel Garza.

    Garza, who is not affiliated with the case, says prosecutors for the next trial have an advantage, because they know how Wrights testimony performed.

    This will help them refine their line of questioning for that upcoming case.

  17. #17
    Don't drink sanitizer! raisedbywolves's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2013
    Posts
    15,489
    Rep Power
    21474859
    https://www.naplesnews.com/story/new...ne/4201542002/

    Four years after a Bonita Springs doctor was bludgeoned to death, jury selection in the trial for her husband, accused in the killing, began at the Lee County Justice Center Tuesday.

    If convicted of first-degree murder, Mark Sievers could face the death penalty.

    Here are three takeaways from the first week of the Mark Sievers trial:
    Rodgers' sentencing could interrupt trial

    Jimmy Ray Rodgers, 29, was convicted of second-degree murder and trespassing in connection with the killing of Teresa Sievers on Oct. 23.

    He was set to be sentenced in front of Lee Circuit Judge Bruce Kyle on Monday, however his sentencing hearing was delayed.

    The hearing will take place in front of Kyle. It is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Dec. 12 in Courtroom 8-A at the Lee County Justice Center. The public is welcome to attend

  18. #18
    Don't drink sanitizer! raisedbywolves's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2013
    Posts
    15,489
    Rep Power
    21474859
    https://www.winknews.com/2019/12/05/...-wifes-murder/

    In a matter of days, Mark Sievers will learn his fate after a jury convicted him of first-degree murder for planning his wife’s brutal killing — Dr. Teresa Sievers. A jury will determine if he will spend life in prison or be subjected to the death penalty.

    Mark Sievers was found guilty of plotting his wife’s murder by a jury after four hours of testimony deliberation. The next phase decides his punishment.
    The penalty phase for Mark Sievers is scheduled in Lee County court next Tuesday.

  19. #19
    Don't drink sanitizer! raisedbywolves's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2013
    Posts
    15,489
    Rep Power
    21474859
    https://www.naplesnews.com/story/new...on/4385539002/

    A Lee County jury recommended the death sentence for a Bonita Springs man convicted in the 2015 killing of his wife after three hours of deliberations Tuesday.

    The sentence recommendation came less than a week after Mark Sievers, 51, was convicted of first-degree murder and conspiracy to commit murder by the same jury in connection with the killing of Teresa Sievers, 46.

    Mark Sievers was joined in the courtroom by his mother, brother, stepsister and stepmother, who testified on his behalf Tuesday. The defendant and his family did not show much of a reaction when the verdict was read.

  20. #20
    Senior Member kevansvault's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jun 2007
    Location
    Up your ass should you make the mistake of pissing me off.
    Posts
    4,584
    Rep Power
    21474854
    Bye dickhead. Hope you get what you deserve in prison.
    Don't like what I have to say? I respect that. Now go fuck yourself.

Thread Information

Users Browsing this Thread

There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. (0 members and 1 guests)

Tags for this Thread

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •