Denver-area man gets life in prison for killing wife
Tuesday, 15 May 2018 GOLDEN, Colo. (AP) — A 40-year-old Denver-area man convicted of killing his wife has been sentenced to life in prison. Jurors deliberated for three hours before finding Gary Nickal, of Westminster, guilty Thursday of murder in the April 28, 2016, death of 35-year-old Molly Nickal. Prosecutors say that two days before Molly Nickal was killed, […]
The local prosecutor said, a U.S. Navy veteran who reportedly told an Indian software engineer to “get out of my country” before shooting him dead and wounding two others in a bar in Kansas last year has been sentenced to life in prison. District Attorney Steve Howe said in a statement on Friday...
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