NORFOLK, Va. (WVEC) -- Two of the suspects involved in a cold case from 2007 was sentenced on Friday morning.
Frank Everett will serve five years in prison in connection to the death of Lori Jordan, and illegally disposing her body. He was convicted of accessory after the fact to murder, and defiling and illegal disposal of a body.
Teressa Everett was also sentenced to 5 years, with 24 month suspension for accessory after the fact to murder and defiling and illegally disposing of a body.
Police found Jordan's remains in Barraud Park in Norfolk, months after she was reported missing in 2007.
Also facing charges in connection to Jordan's death is Billy Everett and Duane Goodson.