Murderer Who Tried To Dispose Of Body With Acid And
Grant hayes is serving a life sentence for the murder, while amanda was given years second degree murder. Both individuals were these sentences in north carolina. Amanda hayes was found guilty of tampering with evidence for trying to use acid and alligators dispose laura ackerson's body in. The city, which was home to amanda's sister where the two decided use muriatic acid destroy their victim's body parts. When that plan failed they went oyster creek a rough yards from sister's residence and dumped dismembered parts in hope alligators would consume them. Once in richmond, the hayeses authorities said attempted to use muriatic acid destroy ackerson's body parts. There they attempted to use acid dissolve the body. When that attempt failed, dumped body parts in an alligator infested creek hoping "alligators would eat her remains," release says. Fort bend county, texas a woman serving time for murdering her husband's ex girlfriend was convicted in separate case last week of tampering with evidence using acid and alligators an attempt to get rid the victim's body reported fox news. North carolina woman attempted to use acid and alligators dispose of murder victim. A north was found guilty tampering with evidence for trying in victim's body, according tuesday release from the district attorney's office fort bend county texas. Amanda perry hayes, was convicted of helping her husband dispose his ex girlfriend's dismembered body first trying to dissolve it in acid then throwing into an alligator infested fort. Amanda perry hayes was found guilty of tampering with evidence on in fort bend county texas. Attempted to disposed a murder victim's body using acid and alligators according release from published by the district attorney's office. photo mugshot via fortbendcountytx.gov north carolina woman. After grant and amanda hayes killed laura ackerson, cut her body into pieces attempted to dissolve the remains in acid they threw dismembered an alligator infested creek get rid of evidence. Those are grim details ackerson's murder that a texas jury heard this month before convicting .