Brittany Barron to plead in decapitation case
Updated: Aug 30
Britany Barron, the Jaffrey woman who cut the head off her dead lover, will plead guilty on Monday to three counts of falsifying physical evidence as part of a plea agreement filed late Friday.
Britany Barron, 31, will plead guilty to three counts of falsifying physical evidence, and serve seven months in prison, under the terms of the agreement. The full sentence is for 18 months in prison, but she will get credit for time served since her September arrest.
The two charges of abusing a corpse against her will be dropped as part of the agreement which will have her cooperate with the prosecution of her husband, Armando Barron 30.
Armando Barron is charged with murder for killing Britany Barron’s lover, Jonathan Amerual, 25, from Keene.