Tempe woman sentenced to life term in killing of ex-boyfriend
FLORENCE — A Tempe lady indicted for slaughtering her ex in the midst of an authority contest has been condemned to life in jail without plausibility of parole.
Judge Kevin White of Pinal County Superior Court condemned 35-year-old Kathryn Sinkevitch on Thursday on her first-degree murder conviction in the 2016 shooting of Michael Agerter.
The Casa Grande Dispatch reports that Agerter was gunned down in his vehicle subsequent to maneuvering into the carport of his Maricopa home and that reconnaissance video demonstrated his executioner running up to the home and shooting him inside a couple of moments.
Sinkevitch and Agerter were in a care disagreement regarding their baby tyke at the season of the wrongdoing, and the Pinal County Attorney’s Office has said Agerter trusted he was the dad of Sinkevitch’s child and was attempting to set up paternity.
Guard lawyer Bret Huggins said during the preliminary that no observer gave direct proof that could associate Sinkevitch to the wrongdoing.