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Pensacola Man Sentenced To 110 Years For Southern Indiana Murder
Updated March 13, 2017 7:40 AM | Filed under: Crime
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(PALMYRA) - A Florida man has been sentenced March 8th to 110 years in prison for a deadly home invasion in southern Indiana.

34-year-old Travis Fentress of Pensacola was sentenced for the murder that happened at a home in Palmyra in January of last year.

Fentress killed Ralph Thomas and also tried to kill Thomas' wife during a break-in.

Fentress' girlfriend, Terra Snawder, plead guilty to voluntary manslaughter for her role in the crimes.

She's facing 10 years in prison, and is scheduled to be sentenced this morning.



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