A Queens man pleaded guilty to stabbing his ex-girlfriend to death with a pair of scissors and then stuffing her body into the trunk of her car.
Luis Zambrano admitted to Queens Supreme Court Justice Kenneth Holder on Wednesday that he stabbed Angie Escobar over 70 times inside her 150th Street home after she broke up with him.
Zambrano, 31, wrapped the 28-year-old mother of two’s body into a mattress, locked her corpse into the trunk of her Nissan Maxima and parked the car a block away.
QUEENS MAN INDICTED ON CHARGES HE FATALLY STABBED EX WITH SCISSORS, THEN STUFFED HER BODY INTO TRUNK OF CAR
He fled the state and was found in Virginia two weeks after the September 6, 2015 incident.
Zambrano dodged a 25-year to life sentence if he took the case to trial and was convicted.
Instead, he copped a plea to manslaughter and will be sentenced to a flat 25 years for the crime.
Zambrano’s manslaughter conviction will run consecutively with a three year sentence on a separate attempted burglary case that he also pleaded guilty to on Wednesday.
He’ll be officially sentenced on April 19.