Phoenix woman arraigned for allegedly helping to hide murder victim's body

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) - A Phoenix woman accused of helping a Brewerton man hide the body of a murder victim was formally arraigned in Onondaga County Court on Monday.

Connie Ingoldby is charged with first-degree hindering prosecution, concealment of a corpse, and conspiracy.

If she’s convicted, she could face up to seven years in prison.

Prosecutors believe Ingoldby helped Corey Slattery after he killed a man.

The Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office began investigating Slattery and Ingoldby in December after a victim’s burned body was found inside a Brewerton apartment.

According to a grand jury indictment, Slattery strangled and slashed Aikeem Hudgins on Dec. 8.

Slattery and Ingoldby allegedly then bought cleaning supplies and placed Hudgins’ body inside a plastic container.

After driving around with the victim’s body in a van, the pair are accused of cutting the body up with a chainsaw and burning it in a fire.

Finally, they allegedly put his body parts in garbage bags and then in “numerous dumpsters.”

Court documents indicate that Ingoldby admitted to her role in the incident.

Ingoldby was jailed in lieu of $50,000 cash bail or $100,000 bond.


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