Louisiana Man Says ‘I’m Not Sorry’ For Killing Fiancée’s Abuser
Jace Crehan is facing life in prison after being found guilty of a killing in 2015. Not only was Jace found guilty, he admitted to the killing and showed the polar opposite of remorse. The 23 year old said he was "Not Sorry," for murdering 47-year-old Robert Noce Jr. in his Zachary, Louisiana mobile home. The incident happened in July of 2015, just 2 weeks after Noce pleaded “no contest” to sexually assaulting Chrehan's fiancée when she was 4 to 13 years old.
Autopsy reports, obtained by WAFB, state that Noce's body was found in a 55-gallon drum. Officials found multiple stab wounds but determined that he apparently died from strangulation. Crehan's fiancée, 19 year old Brittany Monk, will avoid life in prison without the possibility of parole for testifying against him. She faces 10 to 40 years in jail for her role in the slaying.
Jace Crehan will be sentenced on January 12th.