It’s over a century in prison for both of the men accused of pulling the trigger in a Syracuse double murder.
Kyle DeHart learned his sentence in a Kosciusko County courtroom Wednesday. He got 110 years behind bars, but then the judged followed that up with a 120 year sentence for Brandon Woody, according to our reporting partners at News Now Warsaw.
Woody and Dehart shot and killed 19 year old Joshua Knisley and 23 year old Tara Thornburg back in February of 2015 in a Syracuse home.
A co-defendant previously testified that Woody shot Thornburg and Knisley, when he, Woody and Dehart attempted to steal Thornburg’s marijuana.
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