Where Is Kathryn Sinkevitch Now?

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It was December 16, 2016, when dispatchers in Maricopa, Arizona, received a call that startled them. A woman had reportedly called her and said she heard three loud favors while she was on the phone with her cousin. Before she could process what had just happened, the call was disconnected. After receiving the information, the officers immediately reached the scene of the crime. Authorities found Michael Agerter shot dead in his vehicle at close range. Well, this chilling murder case is investigated in Investigation Discovery’s The Murder Tapes: Three Loud Booms. Check more details of the case here.

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Michael Agerter

Michael Agerter was described as a happy person and lived in Maricopa, Arizona. He recently split from his ex-girlfriend Kathryn Sinkevitch and was reportedly embroiled in a custody battle over their young child. Michael hoped things would get better, but to his surprise, it all ended abruptly. The Arizona man was shot three times in his own car.

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When officers arrived at the scene after receiving the information, they discovered him alive. He was immediately taken to the hospital. However, his wounds proved too severe and he succumbed to his injuries. The officers converted the case into a homicide. During the initial investigation, officials tried to get a lead. After a thorough search of the crime scene, police officers came to inquire about the surveillance cameras.

Well, the footage helped officers get their first lead when they saw a woman approaching Michael’s car. After getting there, the mysterious woman drew her gun and fired three times through the glass side window and fled the scene. At the same time, officers also learned about Michael’s argument with Kathryn, his ex-girlfriend. Well, it made the woman a prime suspect in the murder case.

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As previously mentioned, the couple engaged in a custody battle. On the day of the murder, Michael Agerter was supposed to take a paternity test and Kathryn knew it. She knew when the victim would return home. Kathryn was arrested by officers based on circumstantial evidence. Kathryn Sinkevitch has pleaded not guilty and has maintained her innocence.

However, the court found her guilty and sentenced her to first-degree murder. In 2019, Kathryn was sentenced to life in prison without parole. Kathryn remains incarcerated at the ASPC Perryville Lumley Unit in Goodyear, Arizona. Stay tuned with us for more such updates and the latest news happening around the world.

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