Fridley woman sentenced to life in prison in death of Minneapolis realtor
Tuesday morning, a Fridley woman convicted in connection to the kidnapping of a Minneapolis realtor and mother was sentenced to life in prison.
A jury found 29-year-old Elsa Segura guilty back in September for her involvement in the 2019 New Year’s Eve killing of Monique Baugh.
Hennepin County Judge Peter Cahill ordered Segura to serve a life sentence without the possibility of parole for her role in Baugh’s death.
Court documents say Segura called Baugh to set up a home showing in Maple Grove. That’s where two men—Cedric Berry and Berry Davis—then kidnapped Baugh before shooting her and leaving her body in a Minneapolis alley.
Berry and Davis are also serving life sentences for Baugh’s murder.
Segura was convicted on multiple counts, including aiding and abetting first-degree murder and aiding and abetting kidnapping.