’48 Hours’ to highlight murder case involving ex-RIT student Karrie Neurauter

Another national news program is set to spotlight the murder of a Corning woman at the hands of her ex-husband.

Lloyd Neurauter pleaded guilty last October in Steuben County Court to charges of first-degree murder, first-degree custodial interference and second-degree conspiracy for the August 2017 strangulation death of his ex-wife Michele.

Neurauter conspired with his daughter Karrie Neurauter, who was 19 at the time, and strangled Michele before staging her death to look like a suicide, said Steuben County District Attorney Brooks Baker.

Karrie Neurauter was a student at Rochester Institute of Technology majoring in computer engineering technology.

The case, featured last November on NBC's "Dateline," will be re-examined Saturday on the CBS news magazine "48 Hours."

Correspondent Erin Moriarty and the "48 Hours" crew will explore how one parent in a bitter custody battle swayed a teenager to help murder the other parent.

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