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Friday, 3 December 2010

Triggerman in Monticello murder sentenced to maximum


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Triggerman in Monticello murder sentenced to maximum: "Stanley Hunter, the Monticello man and member of the Crips street gang who admitted to fatally shooting 34-year-old Hercules Jones in April was sentence Tuesday to 25 years to life in prison.

Hunter admitted in Sullivan County Court that he shot Jones on April 5 with an illegally possessed .22 caliber handgun during a robbery attempt. He pled guilty to murder in the second degree.

Hunter’s original plea agreement called for 20 years to life in prison but that was tossed by County Court Judge Frank LaBuda who found he had breached the terms of the agreement by possessing prison contraband after the plea.

Hunter was indicted after his murder plea for promoting prison contraband in the first degree, two counts of attempted escape in the first degree and obstructing governmental administration.

It is alleged that he possessed a handcuff key, fought with Sullivan County Jail corrections officers who tried to search him and tried to escape from custody on September 20.

He faces from two to four years to 3 ½ to seven years in prison if convicted. District Attorney James Farrell said he would “vigorously prosecute” the new charges. The DA said Hunter posed “a clear and present danger” to the community and those working in the corrections system."

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