NS. LOUIS (KMOV.com) – A former St. Louis was convicted for his role in the 2017 beating of a colleague.
After nearly two days of deliberation, the jury convicted Dustin Boone of stripping Detective St. Louis, Luther Hall during a violent arrest during protests in 2017.
In June, a grand jury convicted Dustin Boone of stripping detective St. Louis, Luther Hall during a violent arrest during protests in 2017. As the sentence was read, Boone closed her eyes for a moment before looking straight ahead, motionless. Several members of his family cried, and his wife sobbed during the announcement.
His lawyers argue that Boone did not participate in Luther Hall’s initial assault but “only held him back afterwards. Prosecutors are asking for 10 years in prison while Boone’s attorneys are asking for it. only 26 months A judge sentenced him to 366 days in prison, one year plus one day.
Another former officer involved in the attack was sentenced to three years’ probation and two consecutive weekends in prison. Bailey Colletta admitted that she lied to the FBI about what she saw during the attack.
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