Man Sentenced for Immigrant Killings in Georgia

By: Associated Press
By: Associated Press

TIFTON, Ga. (AP) --

The Tifton Gazette reports that District Attorney Paul Bowden
said in a statement that Stacey Bernard Sims was sentenced

Sims pleaded guilty in August to six counts of murder, four
counts of armed robbery, four counts of aggravated assault and
three counts of burglary.

Sims got six life sentences for the murder charges, plus 80
years without possibility of parole on the armed robbery charges
and 140 years on the aggravated assault and burglary charges.

Another defendant in the case, Jamie Underwood, was sentenced in
December 2008 to serve 120 years in prison without the possibility
of parole.

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