It's time to take a look back at the stories making headlines this week in the 69 News week in review.

On Monday, a Carbon County jury worked late and returned a guilty verdict in the trial of Earnest Freeby, who was accused of killing his wife.

Freeby was found guilty of first degree murder for the death of Edwina Onyango, but her body was never found.

The verdict came after more than five hours of deliberation.

Prosecutors said her blood was found in the basement, but Freeby's lawyers argued Onyango could still be alive.

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On Tuesday, Northampton County teacher Rachel Werner was charged after officials said she admitted having sex with at least two teenage students.

Werner taught 11th grade at Bangor Area High School.

She's charged with having sex with one 17-year-old student, but officials said she admitted to having relations with at least another student.

Court documents show Werner and a student began communicating through Facebook, then text messages.

She's facing three counts of corruption of a minor, and officials said more charges could be filed.

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On Thursday, former Reading police officer Ronald Miko was charged in federal court in connection with a sex trafficking ring.

U.S. Justice officials said Miko was involved in an operation by a man who called himself "God."

They said Miko arranged sexual encounters with prostitutes while he was still a member of the force as part of a web-based company called Cash Money Brother

Officials said Miko wired money to the prison account of Michael Johnson, another person involved in the ring, as a bribe to prevent investigators from finding out he was involved.

He's charged with obstructing the investigation and has since been fired.

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Also on Thursday, police in Montgomery County said a man attacked his girlfriend, then left her dead at the bottom of a flight of steps.

Police are searching for Edwin Carrero.

They said Carerro killed Alicia Schmidt, 31, in her Cherry Street home in Pottstown.

Officials said Carerro called his ex-wife and told her that he choked Schmidt, then pushed her down the steps.

Police said he also asked his ex-wife to wait a half-hour before calling police.

He's still on the loose.

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