ELKTON, Md. (AP) — A man who was 16 during a home invasion during which a woman was killed has been sentenced to 60 years in prison. 

Seth Jedlicka, 18, of Middletown, Del. was sentenced Monday for first-degree murder in the shooting death of Terri Ann McCoy, 40, in her parents’ home near Chesapeake City in 2009. 

Jedlicka is one of four people charged in the death of McCoy, who was shot five times when they broke into her parents’ home. The robbers escaped with more than $500,000 in jewelry. 

Jedlicka’s lawyer had recommended a 15-year sentence, saying that Jedlicka didn’t pull the trigger. 

(Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press.  All Rights Reserved.)

Comments (11)
  1. Salvatore Callender says:

    im glad to see justice has been served

  2. Sea Dog3 says:

    Dam, he got 60 yrs and wasn’t the shooter, uh oh Mr. Shooter, what do you idiots be thinking.. Give them the Jeffrey Dahmer treatment!!!

  3. JD says:

    Please don’t wast any more of my tax dollars keeping them in prison for 40, 50 or 60 yrs….Execute them all!!!

    1. Pappy Anderson says:


    2. bethhall says:

      Amen to that. Put them all to death NOW. And stop wasting our tax dollars

  4. chris says:

    it doesnt matter if you pulled the trigger or not if you where there and took part in the crime and a person lost there life you can still be charge with murder

  5. Heidi says:

    If a person is capable of that kind of violence at 16, what’s he going to capable of at 30?

  6. Baltumorebob says:

    Well I say it is abouy time now just hang them they are guilty

  7. Tracey Reitterer says:

    And O’Malley thinks people in MD don’t believe in the death penalty! Let’s empty out those cages folks! Get rid of the animals once & for all! NO 2ND CHANCES FOR SEX OFFENDERS, RAPISTS, MURDERERS OR ANY OTHER VIOLENT OFFENDERS! The 2nd time around may be your child or loved one. ENFORCE THE DEATH PENALTY! If the thought of losing your freedom or life isn’t enough to deter criminals, let them die for their heinous crimes against the innocent.

    Someone once said, “Victims have a dignitary interest in justice and vindication without interminable delay caused by guilty prisoners attempts to stave off punishment.” To that, I say, AMEN.

    “Too much mercy, often resulted in further crimes which were fatal to innocent victims who need not have been victims if justice had been put first and mercy second.” – Agatha Christie

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