Where is Jamie Fuller Now – Jamie Fuller was only 17 when he was found guilty of first-degree murder in 1992. He had brutally murdered his 14-year-old girlfriend, Amy Carnevale, with a pair of scissors in an act of jealousy and anger. After two years of an on-and-off relationship, Fuller wrapped Amy Carnevale’s body in plastic and buried it near a pond while weighting it down with cinder blocks. Later, Fuller blackmailed and threatened those who witnessed the murder to silence them.
Five days later, Fuller was arrested by police and tried as an adult; this led to a life sentence without the possibility of release in 1995. Since then, he has been held at Massachusetts state prison in Walpole ever since.
At trial, the prosecution claimed Fuller committed the crime out of jealousy after learning Carnevale had gone to the beach with some boys. On the other hand, his attorneys maintained his substance abuse issues and mental instability were to blame for his temper; his mother testified he’d been drinking whisky on the morning of the crime. Despite these assertions, Fuller was found guilty of first-degree murder after a seven-day trial and two days of deliberation.
In 1993, Fuller attempted to escape prison and was sent to Walpole’s maximum-security prison. Having served 26 years, Fuller became eligible for parole in 2019. On February 12, 2019, the Parole Board in Natick, Massachusetts granted Fuller a hearing; however, it has been postponed indefinitely, and it remains uncertain whether or not he was granted parole.
Jamie Fuller was found guilty of first-degree murder as a juvenile and had been serving his life sentence without the possibility of release in the Massachusetts state prison in Walpole since 1995. Although eligible for parole in 2019, it remains uncertain whether or not he was granted parole.