Woman lured bitter partner's ex to her death with fake delivery order

A woman has been jailed after luring her husband’s ex to her death by placing a fake order.

Ashley Biggs was strangled after being ambushed by her former partner and his wife, while delivering a fake order for Domino’s Pizza.

The victim was working for the fast food giant when Chad Cobb and his wife Erica Stefanko made plans to kill her.

She arrived at a disused officer’s building in 2012, after receiving a call from Stefanko ordering the delivery.

Stefanko was eventually found guilty of aggravated murder and murder.

At the time of her death, Ms. Biggs, 25, was engaged in a bitter custody battle with Cobb, jurors heard, the Mirror.

Stefanko, now 37, used a false name to place the order, while Cobb waited in the parking lot with a taser and zip, which he used to strangle her.

The body of Army veteran, Mrs. Biggs, was later found in a field in Wayne County, Ohio, close to her parents’ home.

The following year, Cobb, then 30, pleaded guilty to kidnapping and murder.

But it took more than seven years for Stefanko, who has since been divorced from Cobb, to face justice.

She was convicted after her former mother-in-law revealed her role in the murder and the cover-up.

In a recorded conversation with Cobb’s mother Cindee, the Akron Beacon Journal Stefanko reports: “Every time I hear a siren, I think, ‘They’re coming for me.’

Woman lured bitter partner's ex to her death with fake delivery order

“I have done my part. I did exactly what he told me to do. “

Although prosecutors said she was not with her husband when he killed Mrs. Biggs, she drove him home after leaving the victim’s car.

Assistant Prosecutor Felicia Easter said, “The Daily Beast reports,” Evidence and testimony show that she participated from beginning, middle and end. “

Stefanko is now married to one of Cobb’s best friends, who is raising the killer’s children.

Summit County prosecutor Sherri Bevan Walsh said 19 News : “Today, more than eight years after she was brutally murdered, justice has come for Ashley Biggs.

“Thanks to the judges who, under these unusual and extreme circumstances, thoroughly reviewed the evidence and determined that Erica Stefanko was responsible for Ashley’s death.”