A South Carolina woman was sentenced to 60 years in prison on Tuesday for abducting her husband's alleged former lover, who disappeared nearly five years ago.
Tammy Moorer, 46, was convicted of abduction and conspiracy to kidnap Heather Elvis, a 20-year-old hostess who disappeared from Myrtle Beach in December 2013, The Post and Courier reported.
A judge sentenced Moorer to 30 years' imprisonment on charges.
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Elvis allegedly had an affair with Moorer's husband, 42-year-old Sidney Moorer – who had plotted with his investigators wife Allegedly Abducting Elvis
The prosecutors alleged that the Moorers were searching for Elvis on their day and buying a pregnancy test to find out if Elvis was pregnant with Sidney's baby.
The couple, according to the prosecutors, then lured Elvis to a boat dock in Socastee around 3:30 am – where, according to phone records, the 20-year-old had called Sidney's phone four times
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About 15 minutes earlier, Elvis and Sidney spoke on the phone for four minutes, according to The Sun Times. However, Tammy Moorer is said to have testified that she does not care much for the phone call, arguing that she and Sidney did not leave the house afterward.
Days later, Horry County police found Elvis & # 39; car at the boat dock
In February 2014, Sidney and Tammy Moorer were arrested for kidnapping Elvis and charged with kidnapping and murder. The murder charges were later dismissed, according to the newspaper.
Elvis's body was not found since she was missing.
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Senior assistant solicitor Nancy Livesay compared Tammy Moorer to the "Evil Queen" in Snow White.
"If you make jealousy, deception, and just an absolutely crazy woman (Elvis) steal her husband when unnatural things happen," Livesay said.
Tammy Moorer's lawyer argued that investigators have no crime scene and no physical evidence to link the allegations.
Elvis & # 39; s family said Tuesday that the Moorers "stole" and "ruined" Elvis's life. Her father said, "Nobody seems to want to blame Elvis disappearance."