A California man was sentenced to 11 years in jail on Tuesday in the dying of his former roommate, whose physique was found hidden inside a wall in 2015.
Randolph Garbutt, 47, pleaded responsible final month to voluntary manslaughter after the stays of Raven Campbell — who had been lacking since 2009 — was found and “excavated from behind a wall at a residence” in Lomita, a metropolis roughly 25 miles south of Los Angeles.
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Campbell died of blunt power trauma, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office mentioned in a information launch. Garbutt, officers claimed, used a hammer to kill her.
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An investigator acquired a tip Cambell’s her stays had been inside the wall of a public housing house, KTLA reported. Campbell reportedly lived on the location along with her buddy and Garbutt, who was her buddy’s boyfriend.
Garbutt was arrested seven months after Campbell’s physique was found. No motive has been given for the dying.