UTICA – The man who is accused of beating his girlfriend to death last month in Utica has been offered a plea deal, according to Oneida County District Attorney Scott McNamara.
In Oneida County Court on Monday, 32-year-old Brian Brewczynski was offered a plea deal of 22 ½ years in state prison in exchange of a guilty plea to first-degree manslaughter.
Brewczynski is charged with second-degree murder in connection to 49-year-old Cheri Saupp’s death. Brewczynski is accused of beating her to death in their apartment on William Street on May 18.
Brewczynski is due back in court on July 20 to make a decision on the offer.
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