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Nathan Middleton gets plea deal in killing of woman who answered sex ad

JANESVILLE, WI (WTAQ) - A southern Wisconsin man has admitted burning the body of an 18-year-old woman who answered his Internet ad for sex.

30-year-old Nathan Middleton of rural Evansville struck a plea deal in Rock County. He pleaded guilty to hiding and mutilating a corpse.

According to officials, Middleton claimed that he had sex at his home last fall with Aprina Paul -- she died after taking drugs -- and he panicked and burned her body.

An attempted escape charge was dropped in the plea agreement. That came about a month after his original arrest.

Officials said Middleton wrote his mother, asking her to blow up a jail window so they could run away to Mexico. She never received that letter.

Middleton is scheduled to be sentenced on his initial two charges May 21st.

(Story courtesy of Wheeler News Service)