Daniel Harmon-Wright, Former Culpeper Cop, Sentenced to 36 Months For Manslaughter In Patricia Cook's DeathWUSA9
Feb. 05, 2013
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Here's the follow up, no doubt the sentence reflects the fact he had a government costume so his murder "may" have been justified because he "thought" he was doing the right thing by shooting her in the back of the head. - ChrisCULPEPER, Va. (WUSA) -- Former Culpeper police officer Daniel Harmon-Wright was sentenced to 36 months in jail on Friday. He received 12 months for each of 3 counts including manslaughter in the death of Patricia Cook. He faced up to 25 years.
Earlier Friday, the judge denied a mistrial for Harmon-Wright. The sentencing was put on hold after the court learned of jurors' alleged misconduct involving, of all things, the use of a dictionary.