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2 More Sentenced for Latisha Frazier Murder

Guilty pleas bring 18, 21-year sentences



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    Latisha Frazier's body has never been found.

    Two more people have been sentenced to prison in the kidnapping and slaying of a teenager in 2010.

    Twenty-year-old Cinthya Proctor was sentenced to 21 years and 24-year-old Laurence Hassan was sentenced to 18 years on Friday in D.C. Superior Court. Both had pleaded guilty to charges of second-degree murder and kidnapping in the death of 18-year-old Latisha Frazier.

    Prosecutors say Proctor and Hassan were part of a group who lured Frazier to an apartment and beat and choked her because they believed she had stolen money from one of them.

    Her body was later placed into a garbage bin, and prosecutors say it's believed to be in one of two landfills in rural Virginia.

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    Proctor and Hassan are the six and seventh people found guilty in the crime. Last November, 25-year-old Brian Gaither pleaded guilty to first-degree murder and was sentenced to 32 years in jail last month.