ATLANTA (AP) -- A Fulton County Superior Court judge has
sentenced the lead singer of an Atlanta rock band was sentenced to 20 years in prison.
The singer, 23-year-old Warren Eugene Ullom of a band called The Judies, pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter. He was sentenced
on Monday for his involvement in a drug-overdose death of
32-year-old Rachel San Inocencio.
The woman was found dead in Ullom's apartment two years ago after an ambulance was called to the scene.
Authorities say Ullom injected the woman with cocaine in an
attempt to revive her.
Ullom's attorney, Guy Davis, said the voluntary manslaughter
charge and 20-year sentence came after a plea bargain.
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