By Morning Picker
The previous accomplice of missing mother-of-five Sarah Wellgreen has been seen as blameworthy of homicide, over a year after she was most recently seen alive. On Monday, her ex-accomplice, Ben Lacomba, was sentenced for homicide regardless of his endeavors to dodge equity. Giving proof during the preliminary, Lacomba said it had
been “unordinary and abnormal” when he woke up one morning to discover she was not at home. Neil James, Wellgreen’s accomplice at the time she was killed, said he trusted that her executioner would uncover where her body was. Talking outside the court, James said he was mitigated after Lacomba was seen as blameworthy of homicide.