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Robert Glass, 48, entered the plea in the death of Sharon Lopatka, 35, of Hampstead in north central Maryland, in October 1996. Glass also pleaded guilty in another case to six counts of second-degree sexual exploitation of a minor under the plea agreement with prosecutors.
Caldwell County Superior Court Judge Claude Sitton sentenced him to a minimum four years, nine months in prison--36 to 53 months in prison for manslaughter and 21 to 26 months on the first of the other six other charges. Glass, who had been scheduled to stand trial March 6, initially was charged with first-degree murder in Lopatka's death. Her body was found more than a week after that in a shallow grave 25 feet from Glass's mobile home near Lenoir after Lopatka's husband reported her missing. He debased not only her but her body after she was dead." The sexual exploitation charges were filed after authorities found pornography on Glass's computer depicting children engaged in sex.
Chat Planet is completely Free and we never ask you to register to use our site.In addition, he faces five years of state-supervised probation, two to three years of federal probation and must pay ,526 restitution to Lopatka's family and ,000 to his court-appointed attorneys.The Maryland separation process is confusing for a lot of people.Prosecutors said he and Lopatka met in an Internet chat room, trading messages under the names "slowhand" and "nancy." Authorities believed the messages between them described how Glass planned to sexually torture and kill Lopatka, a search warrant affidavit said. At today's hearing, Assistant District Attorney Andrew Jennings said Glass told prosecutors that Lopatka died accidentally while they were having sex Oct. He said Lopatka had looped a nylon cord around her neck before having sex with him, and they pulled on the cord. I shouldn't have pulled on the rope," Jennings quoted Glass as saying to prosecutors. Glass previously pleaded guilty to a federal charge of possessing pornography depicting minors having sex and was sentenced to 27 months in federal prison.Lopatka told relatives she was going to visit friends in Georgia but left a note saying she was "not returning and asked her husband not to go after the one who did this to her," according to the affidavit. "I never wanted to kill her, but she ended up dead." Lopatka's husband, Victor, said at today's hearing that her family didn't believe Glass's version of what happened but decided to go along with the plea agreement. Other relatives read a statement declaring that Glass took advantage of Lopatka. Under the plea agreement, Glass will be credited with the three years he has spent in jail when he begins serving his state sentence, but he must serve his full 27-month federal sentence.