CROWN POINT | A Hammond man was sentenced Thursday to 40 years in prison for strangling Denise M. Collier in June 2011.
CROWN POINT | Sentencing of a Hammond man who pleaded guilty in the 2011 murder of a neighbor was postponed Thursday in Lake County Criminal Court until April 24.
INDIANAPOLIS | The Indiana Court of Appeals on Tuesday affirmed the 120-year prison sentence given to the second participant in the robbery, kidnapping and execution-style slaying of Milton and Ruby McClendon.
INDIANAPOLIS | A 120-year prison term is appropriate for the Hammond man who executed Milton McClendon, 78, and Ruby McClendon, 76, after robbing their Hammond home and kidnapping the couple, the Indiana Court of Appeals ruled Wednesday.
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CROWN POINT | Reo Thompson, one of two Hammond men charged in last year's double slaying of Milton and Ruby McClendon, was sentenced Thursday to 120 years in prison.
CROWN POINT | Gregory Brooks Jr., one of two defendants in last year's robbery and fatal shooting of an elderly Hammond couple, was sentenced to 120 years in prison Tuesday.
CROWN POINT | Reo Thompson, 18, of Hammond, pleaded guilty Tuesday to two counts of murder in perpetration of a robbery in last year's double slaying of a widely respected Hammond couple, Milton and Ruby McClendon.
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