Posted at: 03/18/2013 8:25 PM
Updated at: 03/18/2013 10:21 PM
By: Alan Hoglund
A Wisconsin man has been sentenced to spend four decades in prison for his role in the 2011 stabbing death of a Sawyer County man.
According to online court records, on Monday 20-year-old Caleb Miller, seen in the photo on the left, was sentenced to 30 years in prison and 10 years extended supervision for a charge of being party to the crime of reckless homicide. The records say a sentence for the charge of being a party to the crime of aggravated battery will run consecutively to the first. That sentence is for 10 years in prison and 5 years extended supervision.
Miller pleaded no contest to both charges in December.
In April of 2011, authorities said 23-year-old John McDaniel was killed in his own home on Bacon Square. They said his brother, Derrick, was critically injured.
Last month, a jury found 22-year-old Marvin Corbine, Jr., seen in the photo on the right, guilty of being involved in the crime. They found him guilty of party to the crime of first-degree reckless homicide, party to the crime of attempted intentional homicide, party to the crime of aggravated battery, party to the crime of criminal trespass a dwelling, and bail jumping.
Corbine's sentencing is scheduled for May 8.