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A man has been sentenced to at least 15 years in prison for murdering his wife and dumping her body in a California state park after she suffered a miscarriage.  
Michael Abeyta, 30, was sentenced on Tuesday in Placer County, just outside Sacramento, for the 2017 murder of his wife Trang Tran.  
Abeyta, who pleaded guilty to second degree murder, received a sentence of 15 years to life.  
The Pacer County Sheriff's Office started investigating Tran's murder after hikers found her skeletal remains in January 2018. 
Michael Abeyta, 30, was sentenced on Tuesday in Placer County, just outside Sacramento, for the 2017 murder of his wife khăn trùm đầu đi biển vải cotton thời trang Tran after her skeletal remains were discovered by hikers 
During their investigation, detectives discovered that an off-duty police officer had witnessed Abeyta pushing a car off a steep embankment near Lake Clementine in October 2017. 
It was the same area where Tran's remains were located.    
Abyeta was arrested for the murder of his wife in February last year.  
  
Investigators said Abyeta killed his wife after she suffered a miscarriage  
When investigators located the car at a local tow yard, they found Tran's passport inside the vehicle.  
Authorities said Abeyta had met Tran at a Central Florida University after she came to the U.S.  
from Vietnam.  
They married shortly after meeting because they believed Tran was pregnant with Abeyta's child.  
Investigators said that when Abeyta learned Tran had suffered a miscarriage, the marriage deteriorated and ultimately led to him killing her.  
They said he proceeded to have sex, take drugs and party while Tran's family worried about her whereabouts.  
It is not clear if Tran was reported missing by her family before her remains were found.  
Abyeta was arrested for the murder of his wife in February last year.  
Authorities said Abeyta had met Tran at a Central Florida University after she came to the U.S.  
  
from Vietnam. They married shortly after meeting because they believed Tran was pregnant with Abeyta's child 
'It is beyond tragic that this young woman came to our country for an education, and fell in love and married a monster who rather than divorce her, decided to kill her and dump her body to decay in the woods,' Chief Assistant District Attorney Jeff Wilson said.  
'While her friends and family worried and wondered where Tran was, Abeyta spent his time having sex, doing drugs, and partying - showing no remorse for the life he destroyed.  
'He would still be living that life today if not for the hikers who found her body, the witnesses that came forward, and the quick and outstanding investigation that was conducted by Placer County Sheriff Detectives Brian Mattison and Chris Joyce. 
'Mattison and Joyce worked tirelessly in the days after Tran's remains were located and were able to identify Abeyta as Tran's killer.'  
Tran's parents, who live in Ho Chi Minh City, were able to attend Abeyta's sentencing hearing with the assistance of U.S.  
  
Diplomatic Security Service agents.  
Authorities started investigating Tran's murder after hikers found her skeletal remains in January 2018.  
  
Pictured above is investigators scouring the area near where her remains were found 
  
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