SUNBURY -- Sunbury police have arrested Elyette Barbour on charges of criminal homicide in the Nov. 12 stabbing death of Port Trevorton resident Troy LaFerrara. City police on Tuesday charged his wife, Miranda Barbour, 18, of Selinsgrove, with criminal homicide in the 42-year-old's slaying. Police allege Elytte hit under a blanket in the back seat of the couple's red Honda CRV and, when given a signal by his wife, Elytte began to strangle LaFerrara while his wife stabbed the victim 20 times. Additional details will be posted as they become available.
Couple killed Port Trevorton man, police say
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