Accomplice gets 12-plus years in Wrightsville murder of Sami Young

The family of murder victim Samantha Young said in court Thursday that Natasha Stover was obsessively jealous of Young and that the only reason Stover didn’t participate in Young’s slaying was because she couldn’t get to the bloody crime scene in time.

They asked presiding Common Pleas Judge Harry M. Ness to impose a sentence that would deprive the 21-year-old woman of the chance to have her own child someday, arguing that would be justice for taking Young from her then-1-year-old daughter, Arteya.

As they did when “Sami” Young’s murderer and ex-boyfriend, Marcus Bordelon, was sentenced to life in prison without parole, plus 10 to 20 years, for first-degree murder and related charges, they also spoke about

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