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Massengale Sentenced To 12 Years For Death Of Roger Dean
Circuit Judge Vernon Miniard Junior sentenced Jimmy Massengale to
12 years on Tuesday, September 23rd in connection with the 2012
shooting death of Roger Dean.

Massengale appeared with his attorney in Wayne Circuit Court and
entered a guilty Plea to Manslaughter 1st Degree and Possession of
a Firearm by a Convicted Felon. He was sentenced to 12 years on
the Manslaughter charge and five years on the firearm charge the sentences to run concurrent for a total of 12 years.

The three counts of Wanton Endangerment were dismissed. Massengale
will be committed to the custody of the Cabinet for Corrections and will
be credited with the time spent in custody prior to the commencement
of Tuesday's sentencing. He will also pay restitution in an amount to be determined by the Commonwealth and will not be released from
probation and or parole until the restitution is paid in full and a release
from supervision is authorized by the court.


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