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    http://www.whec.com/news/rochester-c...-case/4192857/

    Wednesday, state police charged 35-year-old Aykut Ozkaynak and 42-year-old Mary Neverett with second-degree murder and tampering with physical evidence. In court paperwork, troopers identified the victim as Patrice S. Miller.

    New York State Police Captain Richard Allen didn't want to release many details because state police are planning a news conference for Friday morning.
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    Gates woman pleads guilty to manslaughter in burned body case

    http://www.whec.com/news/neverette-m...03394/?cat=565

    Mary Neverett, 42, pled guilty to first-degree manslaughter in the death of Patrice Miller with the agreed upon sentence of 20 years.

    Neverett made the deal based upon her cooperation with the prosecution of Ozkaynak.

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    Gates man convicted of murder in Caledonia burned body case - October

    It took a Livingston County jury just 40 minutes Tuesday to convict a Gates man after he and his girlfriend killed their roommate and burned her body last year.

    Aykut Ozkaynak was found guilty of second-degree murder and tampering with physical evidence, Livingston County District Attorney Greg McCaffrey said.

    Ozkaynak and Neverett killed Patrice S. Miller, 64, of Gates on July 4, 2016. The pair lived with Miller in Gates. McCaffrey said the pair smothered Miller to death, then burned her body to conceal evidence, and dumped the body on Lacey Road in Caledonia, Livingston County.

    Ozkaynak will be sentenced Jan. 11, 2018.
    Burned Body Convict: ‘I Would Give My Life for Patrice’s Life’ - November

    The woman who pled guilty to being involved in the murder and burning of Patrice Miller cried as her attorney read an emotional statement to the judge, whom she knew was about to issue a significant prison sentence.

    “If I could give my life for Patrice’s life, I would,” said Neverett’s statement. “I have cooperated with the District Attorney to the best of my ability.

    Judge Dennis Cohen said that Neverett is entitled to some consideration and ultimately sentenced her to 19 years in prison and five years of post-release supervision.
    District Attorney Greg McCaffrey said that Miller’s family accepts the sentence, but nothing will bring their family member back.

    “While Ms. Neverett may have had a difficult life, she still has a life,” said McCaffrey. “Ms. Miller’s daughter doesn’t have a mom anymore, and her grandkids still don’t have a grandma anymore. Ms. Miller still participated in a killing that she deserves to go to prison for.”
    Lacey Road murder trial begins; victim’s daughter breaks down on stand

    Accomplice testifies against former boyfriend in Lacey Road murder trial

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    http://www.thelcn.com/lcn01/murderer...-case-20180111

    Aykut Ozkaynak, the Gates man convicted of murder in connection with the 2016 death of his 64-year-old roommate, was sentenced to 25 years to life Thursday in Livingston County Court.

    The sentence, handed down by Judge Dennis Cohen, is the maximum allowable.
    https://geneseesun.com/judge-sentenc...m-prison-time/

    “Nothing in the report suggests that the court should give any leniency or consideration for your future,” said Judge Dennis Cohen. “As the DA said, Ms. Neverett’s testimony was compelling. The jury found it compelling, as I did. She described the brutal way that you murdered Ms. Miller, held her down, suffocated her, left her lifeless body in the room and took a nap. […] Mary testified that you could hear [Miller’s] bones crack as you stuffed her into a bucket and took her out to a field and burned her.”

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