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MAXIMUM SENTENCE: Life In Prison For Sweet

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Isaiah Sweet (WHO-HD)

A teen that killed his grandparents in their Manchester home in 2012 will spend the rest of his life in prison without the possibility of parole.

Nineteen-year-old Isaiah Sweet shot Rick and Janet Sweet to death. He pleaded guilty to two counts of first degree murder in the case in October of 2013.

Tuesday, a judge sentenced Sweet to life in prison. His sentencing hearing was originally set for February 26th but the judge wanted to take into account the testimony provided at the hearing before issuing a sentence.

Sweet was 17-years-old when he committed the crime.

1 Comment

  • Justice

    So, his mother has allowed her parents to raise him since he was 3 years old. However, it is her father’s fault that he shot him? And he is a good boy? I am so glad that the judge didn’t buy in to that and ever allow him out to kiil somebody else’s grandparents.

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