The four-year-old murder case of Donald Mills came to a close on Wednesday as the remaining defendants were formally sentenced.
The case began in May 2014 after Donald Mills was shot in his Salt Gum Hollow Road home. Kentucky State Police reported two men made entry into Mills’ home after identifying themselves as U.S. Marshals. Mills’ wife drove him to Knox County Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.
Scheduled to appear at 11 a.m. on Wednesday morning in Laurel Circuit Court, Elijiah Messer, Christopher Wagner and Angela Mills learned their final sentencing in the drawn-out case that has seen five people charged and convicted.
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