Freed from Prison, Mother of ‘Peter Boy’ Kema Out on Supervised Release

After serving one year in prison, the mother of “Peter Boy” Kema has been granted supervised released.

Jaylin Kema stood before a judge in a Hilo courtroom Thursday awaiting his decision on the same day her sentencing expired.

Kema had been charged with murder for the death of her son who went missing nearly 20 years ago. She was sentenced to one year in prison in part of a plea agreement which she agreed to testify against her husband if his case went to trial.

Peter Kema Sr. pleaded guilty to manslaughter in April in exchange of a 20 year sentence. The father of “Peter Boy” agreed to reveal where his son’s remains are.

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