A shocking murder confession in Steuben County is caught on tape. A suspect admitted his involvement in the murder of a man whose body was found inside a vacant Corning home. YNN's Crystal Cranmore has the exclusive.
CORNING, N.Y. -- The two men wanted for a disturbing murder in Corning are expected in court Monday. However, one of the suspects has already implicated himself in the crime during an on-camera confession.
Jacob Horn, 23, addressed YNN's camera as he was being taken away in handcuffs on Sunday.
"I just want to say that I'm sorry and I didn't mean to kill him. That's all I'm going to say until I talk to my attorney," said Horn.
Horn, and Ryan Morrow, 20, were arraigned at Corning City Courthouse Sunday. Both are being charged in the murder of Phillip Lough, 28.
Lough's body was discovered in a kitchen cupboard at a vacant home in Pine Street. According to police, they believe the murder happened last Wednesday inside the vacant home. They said Lough suffered trauma to the head.
Police were first called to the vacant home last Friday to investigate an open door. The discovered the body next morning.
According to New York State Police investigators, they are still working to find a motive in the case.
Horn and Morrow are being held without bail.