Two jailed for perverting course of justice after murder of Janusz Smoderek in Boston
Two people have been jailed after admitting perverting the course of justice over the murder of Janusz Smoderek.
Natisha Nodder, 37, of Skirbeck Road, Boston, was jailed for 18 months and Stephen Ebbutt, 44, of Ingelow Avenue, Boston, received a sentence of 30 months.
They both admitted to helping Stephen Sleaford, who was sentenced to life imprisonment last week for the murder of the Polish flower packer, avoid arrest.
Sleaford, 39, will serve a minimum of 23 years.
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