|Tuesday, November 23, 2010 – Steve Fermier and Anne Kramer|
|The judge in Baltimore County court has handed down the sentence for a man who was convicted earlier this month after his wife disappeared without a trace five years ago.
A jury found Dennis Tetso guilty of second degree murder in the case.
Tracey Tetso was last hear from when she left for a Motley Crue concert in Washington.
Her body was never found but prosecutors used a security video of someone arming her car security system with a key fob that allegedly her husband was the only one to have had.
Tetso is to serve 18 years. He actually received 30 years, with all but 18 years suspended, plus five years probation, according to WBAL’s Dave Collins.