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Texas man sentenced for dismembering girlfriend, dissolution of the body in the chemistry

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A Texas man accused of killing his girlfriend, dismembering her body and the dissolution of the chemicals was sentenced to life in prison Tuesday.

Kevin Wayne Powell, of White Settlement, Texas, allegedly killed his live-in girlfriend, the 28-year-old Casey Ray Nutter, in 2015. A month before Nutter went missing, she filed serious violence against Powell, after he tried her to strangle with a wire, suffocate her with a plastic bag and her to drown in a shower, WFAA reported. Prosecutors said he killed her as retribution for the authorities.

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One of the Powell family members testified that the 50-year-old had confessed to Nutter murder and uses a variety of chainsaws to dismember her before her body, according to WFAA. It was the same family member who tipped off law enforcement during the investigation into her disappearance.

Kevin Wayne Powell, 50, was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole for dismembering his 28-year-old girlfriend that went missing in 2015.
(Tarrant County Jail )

“His abuse and her early death, is this the end of her story. She deserved better, and the jury saw fit to correct that,” the prosecutor Allenna Bangs, said in a statement, the Dallas Morning News reported.

Powell’s life sentence was automatic after his conviction and he is not eligible for early release. The jury took little more than an hour to reach their verdict, WFAA reported.

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Nutter’s remains were never found.

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