A verdict has been reached in the case of a Milwaukee woman’s murder that occurred over a year ago. Sultan Shareef was declared guilty on Monday, facing charges of first-degree intentional homicide and mutilating a corpse as a party to a crime.
The tragic incident unfolded on September 24, 2022, when 20-year-old Kania Brunson lost her life after spending time with Shareef. The details of the investigation revealed a grim sequence of events, indicating that Brunson had been tied, shot, and subsequently set on fire.
With the jury’s determination of Shareef’s guilt, the legal proceedings will now move forward to the sentencing phase. Shareef is set to face his sentencing hearing next month, where the court will decide the appropriate consequences for the crimes committed. The conviction brings some closure to the case, shedding light on the disturbing circumstances surrounding Brunson’s untimely death.