Sentencing Pushed Back For 'Chainsaw Murderer' Corey Slattery



(Pictured: Corey Slattery)

Syracuse, N.Y. - Sentencing for a Brewerton man who admitted to killing and dismembering a man has been pushed back. 

Corey Slattery pleaded guilty in November to strangling Aikeem Hudgins to death. Afterwords, Prescutors say that Slattery chopped up Hudgins body with a chainsaw. Then, in an effort to destroy the body, Slattery tried to burn it. When that didn't work, prosecutors say that Slattery dumped the body parts in various dumpsters in Onondaga and Oswego counties.

Slattery is expected to be sentenced to 20-years to life in prison at the end of April.


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