You would think people would learn from others that when you kill people, you go to prison. But hey, these stories continue to repeat themselves.
Suspicious activity came to light on Nov. 24, 2015, at 7:15 p.m., when members of the Linden Police Department responded to a report of a shooting, the prosecutor said in the statement. There, officers found Tyeita Julius slumped in the driver’s seat of her vehicle, which had hit a utility pole near her home, the prosecutor said.
Jennifer Sweeney is accused of killing her girlfriend, Tyrita Julius, because Sweeney believed she was being cheated on.— Asbury Park Press (@AsburyParkPress) August 19, 2021
Her alleged accomplice detailed his claims that he was pressured into helping, fearing for his and his children's lives. (🔒) https://t.co/rakIked3ws
She must serve a minimum of 85 percent of both the 75-year life term for the murder and the 20-year term for the shooting under the provisions of New Jersey’s No Early Release Act.
She was sentenced Friday for hiring a hit man to kill Tyeita. But when the plan was unsuccessful and she didn’t die; Jennifer took matters into her own hands and strangled the woman to death.