Leslie Sandoval, homeless man charged in friend's death, offers victim Seth Foster's foot for plea deal

Leslie Sandoval
Anderson Police Department

(CBS/AP) ANDERSON, S.C. - Leslie Sandoval, a homeless South Carolina man charged with killing and dismembering his friend, claims he can't remember much about the crime.

But in a jailhouse interview, Sandoval told the Anderson Independent-Mail he remembers where he put the victim's missing left foot and is willing to tell a prosecutor if she will make him a deal.

Sandoval says he went on a January drinking binge with Seth Foster, whose torso was found under an Anderson, S.C. home. But Foster's head, hands and right foot were found different places.

Sandoval says he is confused about exactly what happened. But he disagrees with a coroner's finding he beat Foster and denies a claim from investigators that he confessed and gave them the knife used to dismember Foster.


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