Ricki Williams IV, seen right, was a 62-year prison sentence for the stabbing death of Gina Burger, left.
An Ohio man was convicted for the murder of a teenage girl whose body was hidden in a box and tossed into a dumpster.
Ricki Williams IV, 22, was a 62-year prison sentence Tuesday for the stabbing death of Gina Burger in Austintown, about 70 miles southeast of Cleveland, WFMJ reported.
Prosecutors said Williams invited the 16-year-old girl in June 2014 to his apartment, where he fatally her in the chest.
His neighbor, Ronisha Johnson, testified that she watched him pull the knife from the toe of the chest, and smell, WFMJ reported.
After that, he allegedly used Johnson, to help hide her body in a portable playpen and throw it in a trash can.
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The teenager’s body was later discovered by employees at a Coarser City waste transfer station.
Burger’s mother, Jacqueline Bacher, told the police that Williams, in a particularly worrying move, asked her if she wanted to buy the box after the slaughter.
Williams pled guilty to a lot of the costs of the last month, including aggravated murder, kidnapping and tampering with evidence.
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