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An Arizona man was sentenced to life in prison on Wednesday after a jury found him guilty of kidnapping and killing a Mennonite woman.

Mark Gooch was sentenced to life for murder and an additional five years for the kidnapping charge, which will run consecutively, reported 12NEWS. He was also ordered to pay restitution.

During the sentencing hearing, Coconino County Superior Court Judge Cathleen Nichols said it wasthe most senseless caseshe presided over, ha riferito la stazione.

It just makes no sense why one human being would do this to another human being,” lei disse.

Mark Gooch

Mark Gooch
Credito: Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office/AP/Shutterstock

a gennaio. 18, 2020, Sasha Krause was reported missing from the Mennonite Community in Farmington, N.M. The 27-year-old woman mysteriously svanito dopo aver eseguito una commissione alla chiesa mennonita di Farmington dove si stava preparando per insegnare la scuola domenicale, secondo AZFamily.com.

A febbraio. 22, la polizia ha scoperto Il corpo senza vita di Krause vicino a un camper vicino al Sunset Crater National Monument a Flagstaff, Arizona, secondo l'ufficio dello sceriffo della contea di San Juan.

She suffered blunt head trauma and was shot in the back of the head. È stata trovata con i polsi legati con del nastro adesivo, the court heard during the October trial, Rapporti AZFamily.

Durante il periodo in cui Krause era scomparso, i detective dell'ufficio dello sceriffo della contea di Coconino hanno utilizzato i tabulati dei telefoni cellulari e i video di sorveglianza per scoprire che Gooch era partito dalla Luke Air Force Base, dove viveva, a Farmington. È stato arrestato ad aprile 2020.

Non c'erano prove che Krause conoscesse il suo assassino. Durante il processo, prosecutors said investigators discovered texts between Gooch and his brother that indicated resentment towards the Mennonite community, in cui Gooch era cresciuto ma in seguito ha rifiutato, secondo AZFamily.

Krause’s parents, who live in Texas, didn’t attend the hearing but asked a representative to read a letter to Judge Nichols. Her parents described Krause as a good sister, conscientious, eager to read at a young age and determined, the Associated Press reported.

God will use her death for His glory, and I am convinced He has eternal purposes for Sasha that we can only guess about, from here,” scrissero.

Prima della sua morte, Krause ha insegnato a scuola per sei anni in una comunità mennonita a Grandview, Texas, prima di trasferirsi a Farmington, dove ha lavorato in un ministero dell'editoria.