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CrimeGreeley man sentenced for 'brutal' stabbing

23:45  06 june  2019
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A judge this week sentenced a Greeley man to 48 years in prison for a brutal stabbing that left his grandfather's friend dead, the Weld County DA announced Wednesday.

Aaron Hoult, 25, in April pleaded guilty to one count of second-degree murder for killing Jose Pacheco.

Prosecutors said in August 2017, firefighters were called out on a report of a fire in the detached garage where Pacheco lived at a home on 11th Street.

When they arrived, they found Pacheco's body. It appeared that he had been stabbed to death.

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After the stabbing that occurred in a garage, Hoult lit the garage on fire where the victim died, the DA said.

“This defendant didn’t only take Mr. Pacheco’s life, but the manner in which he did so is unexplainable and brutal,” said Weld Chief Deputy District Attorney Anthony Perea. “He stabbed this man 21 separate times and then watched him bleed to death before starting the garage on fire, locking the door and leaving while Mr. Pacheco laid there lifeless."

Hoult was originally charged with first-degree murder and first-degree arson. In exchange for his guilty plea, those charges were dropped.

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