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. A woman named Jennifer Sweeney just received a 95-year prison sentence after strangling her lesbian partner.
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.