The sentencing date for a Carter County man found guilty of capital murder for the death of a Missouri Highway Patrol trooper has been rescheduled.

A jury found Lance Shockley guilty of gunning down Trooper Carl Dewayne Graham Jr., in March 2005 in the driveway of Graham's Van Buren home last month.

Shockley was scheduled to be sentenced on April 27th, but that date has been re-set for May 5th.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Has he been sentenced yet? It's May, but I can't find anything on the Web about a sentence being passed yet....

Kathee Baird said...

Shockley is scheduled to be sentenced this Friday. As soon as I have the sentence, I will get something posted.

k

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