Man pleads guilty in case of murder, dismemberment of Silver Alert subject

(Photo Supplied/Allen County Jail)

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WOWO): One of the suspects in a grisly Allen County murder case has pleaded guilty.

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According to our Partners in News at ABC 21, 20-year-old Jacob Carreon-Hamilton pleaded guilty Thursday to charges of assisting a criminal, abuse of a corpse, and resisting law enforcement in the death of 55-year-old Shane Nguyen.

Nguyen went missing on April 23rd, and a Silver Alert was issued to help find him, but police say he had been murdered by 21-year-old Matthew Cramer of Elkhart County after he gave Cramer a ride to Fort Wayne. Carreon-Hamilton is accused of helping Cramer dismember the man’s body and then placing the remains in the man’s van.

2 COMMENTS

  1. …and society declines…

    You can’t help anyone, anymore, without fearing for your personal well-being.
    Without morals and appreciation for life.. i suppose this is bound to happen.

    Something brought these two (pathetic excuses of life) to this. Society can be blamed for some of this, i am sure. But, i bet there is more to this unfortunate story… The Why? & How? they came to this.
    21 & 20 years of age?
    They have no respect for anyone, or anything.

    I wish Jacob and Matthew a speedy trip to their final Judgement Day!

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