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Clarendon man sentenced to 75 years in prison

Published:Friday | October 31, 2014 | 4:53 PM

Tamara Bailey, Gleaner Writer



A Clarendon man was this afternoon given 75 years in prison in the Manchester Circuit Court for several charges brought against him.




Derrick Azan is to serve 35 years for shooting with intent, 30 years for two counts of illegal possession of firearm and 10 years for illegal possession of ammunition.



The sentencing was as a result of September 2012 incident between Azan and now deceased Manchester businessman Dwight Goodwin.



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