US Man convicted in 'Fast and Furious' murder of U.S. border agent sentenced to life
Corvallis man sentenced to life in prison for murdering Russian woman in rural Benton Co.
BENTON COUNTY, OR (KPTV) - A Corvallis man convicted of murder has been sentenced to life in prison, with parole possible, for killing a woman from Russia. William Chase Hargrove, 30, was sentenced Thursday. He was convicted in November. The body of Anna Alekseyevna Repkina, 27, was discovered outside Alsea in rural Benton County in April 2018. Investigators said Repkina came to the U.S. with a valid passport from Russia, but had no known relatives in the U.S. and arrived in Corvallis just one month prior to her death.Hargrove was arrested two days after Repkina’s body was found.Prosecutors said Hargrove lured Repkina to the U.S.
TUCSON, Ariz. (Reuters) - The man convicted of murder as the "triggerman" in the fatal 2010 shooting of a U.S. Border Patrol agent in a case that exposed the ill-fated federal gun-running sting operation dubbed "Fast and Furious" was sentenced on Wednesday to life in prison.
Heraclio Osorio-Arellanes, a Mexican national, was found guilty in February of slaying Brian Terry, 40, during a gun battle between border agents and several members of a "rip crew" looking to rob drug smugglers along the U.S.-Mexico border.
The defendant was sentenced by a U.S. district judge in Tucson, Arizona.
(Reporting by Paul Ingram in Tucson; Writing by Steve Gorman; Editing by Chris Reese)
Maddie Clifton's murderer appealing life sentence .
A man convicted as a teenager of one of Jacksonville’s most notorious crimes is appealing his life sentence to the Florida Supreme Court. Joshua Phillips, now 34, was convicted at age 14 of killing his 8-year-old neighbor Maddie Clifton and stuffing her body under his waterbed. The 1998 murder shocked the city and drew national attention. Phillips was originally sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. He qualified for a resentencing under a U.S. Supreme Court decision that found juvenile life sentences without the possibility of parole to be unconstitutional.
Final suspect arrested in Brian Terry murder case
Mexican law enforcement apprehends last suspect in Border Patrol agent's death; William La Jeunesse reports from Los Angeles.
Fast and Furious suspect sentenced to 30 years
Convicted in death of Border Agent Brian Terry.