Brookfield murder suspects sentenced to 30, 16 years

CREATED Oct 9, 2012 - UPDATED: Oct 9, 2012

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WAUKESHA - A judge sentenced two people in the case involving a murder of a Brookfield businessman in 2011.

Tommy Douyette was sentenced to 30 years in prison, while Lynn Hajny received a 16-year sentence.

Each received the maximum punishment possible in their case.

They were accused of the death of John Aegerter.  He was murdered in his garage.

Douyette was emotional before learning he'll spend the next 30 years in prison for murdering businessman John Aegerter.

"I want to apologize to Mr. Aegerter's family," said Douyette.  "I never went out with any intentions -- and I'm truly sorry."

Hajny also expressed her sorrow to the victim's family.

"The suffering of these people is not for one second lost on me - your honor. I'm very empathetic."

Hajny and Douyette will get 476 days credit for time already served.