Erica Stefanko on Trial for Murder of Army Vet Jury Instructions

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Trial Location: Ohio v. Erica Stefanko Rittman, Ohio Summit County Court of Common Pleas THERE WILL BE NO SOUND IN THIS TRIAL UNTIL THE JUDGE IS READY TO GO DUE TO POSSIBLE PRIVATE CONVOS BEING PICKED UP ON MICS FROM EITHER SIDE’S DESKS OR THE MINOR IN THE CASE IS BEING MENTIONED BY NAME. Ashley Nicole Biggs, 25, was murdered. How many people were responsible? Chad Cobb, the father of her daughter, already pleaded guilty to being the actual killer, but prosecutors in Summit County, Ohio now say that his then-wife Erica Stefanko, 37, played a role too. Biggs, a Domino’s pizza delivery driver and a former Army vet, was murdered late on June 20, 2012. Investigators claim that a female caller lured her to a closed business, where Cobb ambushed her by tasing, beating, and then using a zip tie to strangle her. Biggs and Cobb has been in the middle of a custody battle over their daughter. The male defendant pleaded guilty in 2013 to charges of aggravated murder and kidnapping. In exchange, the state declined to pursue the death penalty. Cobb, now 38, was instead sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. But this case wasn’t over yet. Authorities said new evidence tied her to the case. They assert she was the female caller who lured Biggs to the murder scene. “She was a sweet girl,” Ashley’s mother Helen Biggs said of her daughter in a News 5 Cleveland report. “Loving mother.” “She was a beautiful human being,” said cousin Jennifer Biggs. [Mugshot of Stefanko via Summit County] #EricaStefanko #ChadCobb #StefankoTrial Trial Brought to you by @LawCrimeNetwork https://Lawandcrime.com

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    Erica Stefanko, 37, is accused of being a part of the murder of  Ashley Nicole Biggs, 25, which took place on June 20, 2012.

    Stefanko was married to Chad Cobb, who had fathered a child with Biggs. Cobb confessed to killing Biggs, and pleaded guilty to her murder in 2013.

    Stefanko is accused of being a part of the murder.  Investigators claim that a female caller lured Biggs – a Domino’s pizza delivery driver – to an empty business premises, where she was killed by Cobb. That caller, they allege, was Stefanko.

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