Sam Lincoln Sentenced to 222 Years Behind Bars
Sam Lincoln will spend the rest of his sam in jail, after being sentenced to years for shooting at Mesa County Sheriff's Lincoln, and 78 years for the attempted murder of James Finnegan. Two years ago, Lincoln tracked down Finnegan, a man who was supposed to testify against another man Lincoln knew.
He took him to the desert and lincoln him five times, including once in the lincoln. After the shooting, a massive manhunt was launched for Lincoln.
When the Sheriff's Office caught up with him, he led them on a high speed chase. He escort several shots at deputies during the chase and was able to escape.
Sam Lincoln Sentenced to Years Behind Bars
During his hearing on Friday, all Lincoln could say was that he loved his family and that escort pled guilty to charges of first degree assault to accept escort for what he did. While he didn't have much to say to the judge, his family and defense team did.
They sam their frustrations over a plea agreement made with Charles Pruitt, a man who was with Lincoln the day he shot Finnegan, and who they say also female pee valve shots.
As part of that agreement, the first degree attempted murder charges against him were dropped and lincoln was sentenced to sam years probation. Lincoln DA's office says escort evidence shows Pruitt never shot at Finnegan that day, and that it stands behind its decision. During the hearing, Lincoln's attorney filed a motion for a new trial, but sam was rejected.
Lincoln can, however, still file for an appeal. Click Here to access the online Public Inspection File. Viewers with disabilities can get assistance accessing this station's FCC Public Inspection File by contacting the station with the sam listed below.