A Marquette woman is going to prison for more than 30 years after she pled guilty to intentional second-degree murder in Minnesota on Friday. According to the Duluth News Tribune, 29-year-old Nicole Leone Revello blamed a fatal stabbing on the influence of synthetic drugs. It happened on June 2 in Duluth, Minn.
The sentence she received on Friday in State District Court is for 367 months in prison, which is the maximum guideline sentence for someone with no prior criminal history. Revello admitted that she stabbed 46-year-old Lisa Kay Davis to death. The Duluth resident died of a single stab wound severing her pulmonary artery.