WENY News - Victim's Ex-Husband, Daughter Indicted in Corning Murder Case

Victim's Ex-Husband, Daughter Indicted in Corning Murder Case

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CORNING, N.Y. (WENY) - Two people have been indicted in the murder of Michele Neurauter.

Lloyd Neurauter and Karrie Neurauter, the victim's ex-husband and daughter, respectively, have been indicted by a Steuben County Grand Jury.

They're accused of killing Michele Neurauter on August 27th, 2017 and staging it to look like a suicide.

Related: Police: Suspects made Corning woman's death look like suicide

Lloyd Neurauter, 46, has been indicted on nine counts including 1st degree Murder, 2nd degree Attempted Murder, 1st Burglary, 1st degree Custodial Interference, Offering a False Instrument for Filing, Endangering the Welfare of a Child, 2nd degree Conspiracy, 2nd degree Criminal Solicitation.

If convicted, Lloyd could face up to life in prison without parole. He is currently being held in the Mercer County Jail in New Jersey, awaiting extradition. According to authorities, he will be brought to Steuben County in time for his arraignment next week. He's scheduled to be arraigned on February 26th at 1:30pm.

Karrie Neurauter, 20, has been charged as an accomplice for her alleged role in the murder. She's been indicted on 2nd degree Murder, 1st degree Custodial Interference, Tampering with Physical Evidence, and 2nd degree Conspiracy.

If convicted, Karrie could face up 25 years to life in prison. Karrie Neurauter is currently being held in the Steuben County Jail without bail. She will be represented by a public defender. Karrie Neurauter will be back in court for arraignment on February 26th at 9:30am.

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