Hawaii Dad Gets 20 Years in 1997 Death of â€˜Peter Boy,â€™ Who Became Symbol of Missing KidsÂ Advocacy
A Hawaii father who killed his 6-year-old son in 1997 in what became a famous missing persons case was sentenced to 20 years in prison Monday after accepting a plea deal requiring him to lead investigators to where he hid the boy’s body, according to multiple reports.
Peter Kema Sr. pleaded guilty to manslaughter, a reduced charge from second-degree murder, and must serve a minimum of six years and eight months in the death of his son, who became known as “Peter Boy” when he was missing, ABC News reports. As part of the deal, Kema led prosecutors to a coastal area in April but the boy’s remains were long gone, according to ABC.....
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