Tewana Sullivan’s blood-alcohol level was five times the legal limit for driving when she beat Cheryl Livy with a slow cooker at the victim’s apartment.
“I didn’t take my medication like I was supposed to, so I did mess up,” Sullivan told Wayne County Judge Michael Hathaway.
this is the first murder committed with a kitchen appliances either.
In 2002, A Victoria woman was charged with murdering her husband with a toaster.
Mariela Quinonez Karbowski, 29, was accused of beating her estranged husband, Terry Karbowski, 63, to death with a two-slice toaster.