Michael A. Lane
From the Evansville Police Department Facebook Page:
Evansville, IN – On Monday, November 19, 2012 Michael A. Lane, age 25, was sentenced by Judge Kelly Fink in Vanderburgh County Circuit Court to 55 years for the murder, four years each for two Class C Felony counts of Criminal Recklessness, and 10 years for Class B Felony Conspiracy to Commit Dealing a Schedule II Substance. Lane’s time is to be served concurrently in the Indiana Department of Corrections. (Editor - From a January 5, 2010, shooting that left Michael Hooper dead and Jason Derrington and Frank Hurst seriously wounded)
On October 12, 2012, Lane was convicted by a Vanderburgh County jury of Murder, two counts of Criminal Recklessness – Class C Felony and Conspiracy to Commit Dealing in a Schedule II Substance – Class B Felony.
In February 2009, Lane was arrested and charged with Class A Felony Dealing in Cocaine. Lane was released on bond and awaiting trial when the January 2010 murder took place. Lane will be in court November 20, 2012 to set a trial date for the Class A Felony Dealing in Cocaine.
CLICK HERE for the October 12, 2012 story from the Couier & Press
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