Who is Seth Larson? Wiki, bio, Age, Family, Judge throws book at boyfriend for killing and dismembering girlfriend

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Seth Larson a 41-year-old man from upstate New York will likely spend the rest of his life behind bars for killing and dismembering his girlfriend, whose remains were scattered in the couple’s backyard nearly two years ago. A state supreme court judge on Thursday handed down the maximum sentence of 25 years to life in prison for Seth Larson for the 2021 murder of 37-year-old Lisa Shuler, authorities confirmed to Law&Crime.

After a two-week trial, a jury found Larson guilty in January of one count of second-degree murder, tampering with physical evidence and concealment of a human corpse. Prosecutors with the Monroe County District Attorney’s Office said Shuler’s body was discovered on May 31, 2021, after one of her friends called the Irondequoit Police Department for a wellness check. He hadn’t seen or heard from her in days.

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Authorities discovered Shuler’s dismembered body in the yard, covered by a fly-infested tarp. Someone walking a mile from Shuler’s home found other body parts a week later. Authorities quickly identified Larson as a person of interest in Shuler’s death, but were unable to find him for several days. A nationwide search was conducted and police shared details about the wanted man and his vehicle, a blue Nissan Juke.

Larson’s time on the run ended on June 3, 2021 in West Virginia, when he called a hospital for an ambulance and gave his name to authorities. Officials checked the name in a national database, found he was wanted for the murder, and arrested him.Before being sentenced, Larson addressed the court, denying that he killed Shuler and suggesting that his killer is still at large. The statement was not well received by the judge or prosecutors, Rochester CBS affiliate WROC-TV reported.

“Everything he said cemented the fact that he was assuring me that the maximum sentence was the only appropriate one,” said First Assistant District Attorney Perry Duckles. “To come here and face the evidence that was presented and say that someone else did it, that the perpetrator was still out there, that he was somehow treated unfairly by the system. If he could use profanity right now, he would because it was utter nonsense. What other word is there for what he did to a human being, especially someone he apparently loved, with whom he lived, with whom he spent his life? It’s absolutely horrible.”Read More…..

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