LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — A man convicted of helping his boyfriend bury a body in their Old Louisville home has been sentenced to eight years in prison.
The Courier-Journal reports that with credit for time served in jail Jeffrey Mundt could be released as soon as next month, when a parole board hearing is scheduled.
Mundt was found not guilty last month of murder in the death of James Carroll after a night of drugs and sex, but jurors convicted him of facilitation to robbery and tampering with physical evidence.
His boyfriend, Joseph Banis, was convicted in March of murder, robbery and tampering with evidence. He was sentenced earlier this month to life in prison.
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