Kings Mountain Local Business
Tuesday May 12 | via Home
A 35-year-old Lowell man who got out of a life sentence when his second-degree murder conviction was overturned in 2013 was sentenced to 19 years in prison on Tuesday after pleading to manslaughter. Daniel Kung, of Lowell, was sentenced to 19 years to 19 years and one day in prison by Judge Kenneth Salinger, the Middlesex District Attorney's Office said in a press release. Comment?
Sunday May 3 | via The Gaston Gazette
A Gaston County killer's more than two-decade stay on death row demonstrates why North Carolina needs to resume executions, House Speaker Tim Moore told colleagues last week. House members were debating a plan to expand the list of medical professionals who could monitor a state execution when the Kings Mountain Republican told fellow House members about David Lynch's two 1991 murders in Gaston County. Comment?
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