29 Year Woman Charged For Killing Her Stepmother
A 29-year-elderly person charged in the passing of her stepmother conceded Tuesday to third-degree murder and theft, as per court reports. Tosha Daley was in this manner condemned to 20 to 40 years in jail for third-degree murder and 10 to 20 years for burglary.
Daley’s stepmom, 46-year-old Jamie Daley, was wounded and pounded the life out of at her home on Mountain Shadow Circle in Greene Township on December 7, 2017.
Daley disclosed to State Police that she settled on concurrence with Nicholas Shinn, in which he would take cash from her stepmother. At the point when she got him from the habitation in the wake of dropping him off, Shinn was canvassed in blood when he got once more into the vehicle and said that he hurt the unfortunate casualty “downright awful,” as indicated by charging archives.
Shinn’s story to State Police was unique. He prompted that it was a homicide for employ, in which Daley supposedly said she would pay him $30,000 to “whack her stepmom,” charging reports said. He said it was a homicide for employ, in which Daley supposedly said she would pay him $30,000 to “whack her stepmom.”
Per court archives, Shinn conceded to first-degree murder in the passing of Daley’s stepmom. He is serving life in jail.