A woman involved in the killing of a University of New Hampshire student in October 2012 won't be getting out of prison yet. Parole was denied Thursday for 21-year-old Kathryn McDonough, who lured a University of New Hampshire student to her apartment as a sex offering for her boyfriend then helped dispose of the body after he killed and raped her. McDonough is serving 1 1/2 to three years in prison for lying to police after 32-year-old Seth Mazzaglia strangled and raped 19-year-old Elizabeth Marriott, of Westborough, Massachusetts.
McDonough told jurors she saw Mazzaglia attack Marriott after she twice rejected his sexual advances. He's serving life in prison with no chance of parole. McDonough initially told police Marriott died during consensual rough sex between the two women that involved restraints.