A man murdered his girlfriend, mutilated her and then lived for at least seven months with her body

A man murdered his girlfriend, mutilated her and then lived for at least seven months with her body

A Clinton Township man has been charged with murdering his girlfriend, mutilating her remains and then living with her body for at least seven months.

A man murdered his girlfriend, mutilated her and then lived for at least seven months with her body

Police announced Wednesday that Matthew Lewinski, of Clinton Township, was arrested and charged with multiple felonies, including murder and mutilation of a body after he allegedly strangled his girlfriend and kept her corpse in the condominium they had shared.

According to prosecution sources, Lewinski killed his girlfriend, Jerri Winters, in December and kept her remains in the basement until her sister discovered her body in late July.

Macomb police officers said Lewinski and Winters argued in the living room in Clinton Township in December 2020.

Prosecutors have also said Lewinski admitted to strangling her while instantly proceeding to drag her body into the basement of the condo.

While her remains were kept in the basement, the prosecutor said Lewinski removed large portions of skin from her back. The prosecutor did not explain the motive for this action.

During the winter and spring of 2021, Lewinski lived with the remains in the basement. But on July 28, Lewinski’s sister discovered Winters’ body. She called 911 and Lewinski was arrested.

The subject was arraigned and charged with first-degree murder, mutilation of a corpse and concealing the death of a person. He has been held without bail.

Prosecutors have also said Lewinski admitted to strangling her while instantly proceeding to drag her body into the basement of the condo.

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