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Warning: This story contains details that may be disturbing to some.A Jaffrey woman has struck a deal with prosecutors to testify against her husband, who is accused of killing a Keene man in September.Britany Barron, 32, pleaded guilty to three felony charges of falsifying evidence in connection to the killing of 25-year-old Jonathan Amerault. Prosecutors allege that Barron’s husband, Armando Barron, beat her after discovering text messages from Amerault, then used her phone to lure him to a park in Rindge, where he attacked him.”During the attack, Armando Barron forced Jonathan into the trunk of his own car, where, a few minutes later, he repeatedly shot Jonathan and killed him,” Assistant Attorney General Benjamin Agati said.Prosecutors said Armando Barron then commanded Britany Barron to drive Amerault’s car while he drove theirs, in tandem, deep into the woods near Errol. They said he burned Amerault’s personal items and told Britany Barron to clean the car before they moved further into the woods.”It was at this second site that Armando Barron told the defendant to cut off Jonathan’s head,” Agati said.Britany Barron pleaded guilty Monday. In the plea agreement, both sides agreed that when Britany Barron was questioned by investigators, she confessed, sharing details of the crime, and taking them to both locations where the victim was killed and where his body was left to help them gather evidence. She could be eligible for parole after a year and a half. The victim’s parents called the deal too lenient, and Agati read a statement from Amerault’s parents in court.”For hours and days after Jonathan was murdered, she committed unspeakable, barbaric crimes against him, then discarded him like something you would wipe off your shoe,” Agati read.A judge will consider the terms at a later sentencing hearing.

Warning: This story contains details that may be disturbing to some.

A Jaffrey woman has struck a deal with prosecutors to testify against her husband, who is accused of killing a Keene man in September.

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Britany Barron, 32, pleaded guilty to three felony charges of falsifying evidence in connection to the killing of 25-year-old Jonathan Amerault.

Prosecutors allege that Barron’s husband, Armando Barron, beat her after discovering text messages from Amerault, then used her phone to lure him to a park in Rindge, where he attacked him.

“During the attack, Armando Barron forced Jonathan into the trunk of his own car, where, a few minutes later, he repeatedly shot Jonathan and killed him,” Assistant Attorney General Benjamin Agati said.

Prosecutors said Armando Barron then commanded Britany Barron to drive Amerault’s car while he drove theirs, in tandem, deep into the woods near Errol. They said he burned Amerault’s personal items and told Britany Barron to clean the car before they moved further into the woods.

“It was at this second site that Armando Barron told the defendant to cut off Jonathan’s head,” Agati said.

Britany Barron pleaded guilty Monday. In the plea agreement, both sides agreed that when Britany Barron was questioned by investigators, she confessed, sharing details of the crime, and taking them to both locations where the victim was killed and where his body was left to help them gather evidence.

She could be eligible for parole after a year and a half. The victim’s parents called the deal too lenient, and Agati read a statement from Amerault’s parents in court.

“For hours and days after Jonathan was murdered, she committed unspeakable, barbaric crimes against him, then discarded him like something you would wipe off your shoe,” Agati read.

A judge will consider the terms at a later sentencing hearing.

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