Sentencing for Rideouts postponed until October

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WROC-TV) - The sentencing for the three people convicted in the death of Craig Rideout has been delayed until October 13.

Laura, Colin, and Alex Rideout were previously scheduled to be sentenced on Sept. 1.

Last month, jurors rendered the following verdicts in the murder trial:

Laura Rideout
Murder 2nd: Guilty
Two counts of tampering with evidence: Guilty
Burglary 2nd: Guilty

Colin Rideout
Murder 2nd: Guilty
Two counts of tampering with evidence: Guilty

Alex Rideout
Murder 2nd: Not guilty
Two counts of tampering with evidence: Guilty

Paul Tucci
Murder 2nd: Not guilty
Two counts of tampering with evidence: Not guilty

The second-degree murder charge carries a prison sentence of between 15 and 25 years to life. The tampering with evidence charge carries a maximum sentence of four years in prison.

The burglary charge carries a sentence of three and a half to fifteen years in prison.


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