Mans Job Application Lands Him In Jail On Cold Case Murder

Police are always looking for criminals and no matter how long it takes, they usually get their man or woman. A man that was linked to a cold case murder from back in 1998 found this out after he applied for a job that required his fingerprints as a background check. What they found was he was wanted for murder. Todd Barket was told his sentence last Friday in West Palm Beach, Florida after he was found guilty of first-degree murder in the death of 68-year-old Sondra Better in August 1998. Sondra was working at Lu Shay's Consignment Store in Delray Beach when she was stabbed and beaten to death during a robbery, investigators said. His fingerprints along with his DNA were found at the crime scene and police were notified once the background check hit. Cops said they hadn’t had his fingerprints because he had no rap sheet.  He was sentenced to life in prison for the crime.

 
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