Guy kills his girlfriend molester, faces life in prison says, “I don’t feel sorry about it!”
“I’m not sorry for what I did,” says the guy who killed the molester of his girlfriend. The guy was accused of the murder in 2015 until today when he confessed to killing the guy. He was of the view that the criminal justice had failed his girlfriend, “Brittany Monk” and that is what made him murder the molester.
Noce, 47yo was killed inside his Zachary Trailer brutally. The murder happened 13 days after he pleaded ‘no contest’ to molesting Monk when she was a kid. Noce, a former boyfriend of the Monk’s mother, was put on 5-year probation. Jace Crehan, fatally stabbed and strangled Noce because he was angry for what Noce did with his girlfriend in the past.
After the murder, Crehan stuffed the body of the Noce into a 55-gallon container. Crehan has been found guilty of second-degree murder and he might face prison for the rest of his life. The ultimate decision will be announced on Jan 18, but the charges against the Crehan are of the nature that the judge might give him a lifetime of prison.
Crehan had earlier supported the notion that his girlfriend was not present at the site of the murder, i-e trailer. However, later DNA evidence proved to be opposite, after some time, Brittany Monk, 20yo also pleaded guilty to his involvement in manslaughter. She currently faces a sentence of 40 years. Monk was almost 7 months old pregnant when both of them murdered Noce. The boyfriend, Crehan showed no emotion to the verdict given against him in the court. However, grandparents of Crehan cried because it was quite a shocker for them to absorb easily.
District Attorney Hillar Moore said, “You don’t want people going out and taking justice into their own hands.”
The legal team of Crehan said that due to the choice which he made, he is being charged with a second-degree murder. The legal team fought hard for an outright acquittal in his case, but they failed. It’s a case of vigilante justice. Crehan recorded conversations with the authorities and the jury heard the tape, he said, “I feel a lot better. It’s not regret. Is it remorse? I’m not sorry for what I did.“