VALDOSTA, Ga. - The man accused of killing a Valdosta State University freshman in 2012 has been sentenced to life in prison.
The Valdosta Daily Times reported that 19-year-old Darien Jospeh Meheux Jr. was given the life prison term following his conviction on Friday.
Assistant District Attorney Brad Shealy said his office is happy with the verdict and that Assistant District Attorney Tracy Chapman did "an excellent job" laying out the facts of the case.
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