Two men have been sentenced to life in prison for the 2019 murder of Minneapolis realtor, Monique Baugh, according to KSTP News.
Cedric Berry, 42, was found guilty on July 12 on three counts including kidnapping, attempted murder and first-degree murder. Berry was sentenced to a total of 33 years in prison on the first-degree attempted murder and kidnapping charge.
Hennepin County Judge, Peter Cahill, told Berry that he would be in prison for the remainder of his life on the first-degree murder charge, which will be served consecutively, court records show.
“For the remainder of your life, there will be no possibility of parole,” Cahill said in court on Monday, July 12.
Berry Davis, 42, received the same outcome, as he will also serve just over 33 years in prison but will also be committed for life in prison without possibility of parole on the same counts, according to KSTP News.
Prosecutors said in court that Berry and Davis, with the help of two others charged in connection to the case, lured Baugh to a fake house showing in Maple Grove, MI, on Dec. 31, 2019.
Berry and Davis then abducted Bauer and stole her U-Haul truck. She was later found shot three times in an alley, and later died at the hospital, according to Bring Me The News.