Listen: Sarah Packer, Jacob Sullivan, Grace Packer discussed on KYW 24 Hour News
"Breaking news on KYW. Newsradio rubber new developments in gruesome death of a fourteen year old of this in bucks county. Joining us live or suburban bureau chief KYW's Kim Mellberg. Jim bring us up to date. If some major developments here in doylestown, forty six year old Jacob Sullivan is pleading guilty to rape kidnapping, and I agree. Murder was to be jury selection today. He just admitted to the facts that took about twenty minutes for them to be read in court has plea will wrap up after a lunch break. But as part of those facts, we learned that his cO his co conspirator, whereas co-defendant his girlfriend, Sarah Packer is also planning to plead guilty she's been cooperating with the thirties. And this was all over the rape and murder of her fourteen year old foster child, grace Packer. They say that they began planning the murder of grace Packer back in the fall of twenty fifteen in July. Twentieth. Sixteen. Sullivan just admitted to sexually assaulting the girl in the attic of a quakertown home while Sarah Packer, watched the tooth and drugged and gag turn left her for dead in the morning, they found her still alive. That's when Jacob Sullivan just confessed the told police are just confessed now that he choked her to death. They stored the body and a been filled with cat litter for months until the police officer came to the home to follow up on a missing persons report that Packer had filed in Abington while they were living in Abington after that police visit they dumped the body in Lola's earn county field where it was founded on October thirty first twenty or sixteen but again Jacob Sullivan. Is in the process of pleading guilty, and we've learned that his co-defendant Sarah Packer is planning to plead guilty at the appropriate time, and Steve should mention as part of this first degree guilty plea. The death penalty is still on the table. And a jury will be impaneled to decide whether or not you should get life in prison or the death penalty suburban bureau chief Jim Melwert with us on what his. What is indeed a very busy news day? It is thirty six degrees and partly cloudy. We're going up to thirty."