Habitual Criminal Gets 100 Years for Mich. Police Murder
October 27, 2011
A judge has handed a Detroit man a sentence of 100-150 years for fatally shooting a cop during a home-invasion sting in January.
Terry Bowling, a habitual criminal, showed no reaction as Oakland County Circuit Judge Michael Warren sentenced him on Wednesday, saying Bowling was a drug addict who had "utter disregard for the law, a selfish man unwilling or unable to live in a civilized world," reports the Detroit Free Press.
Livonia (Mich.) Police Officer Larry Nehasil died during a shootout Jan. 17. Bowling and his brother, David, were committing a string of home invasions in January and were under surveillance by Livonia police when they broke into a home. Nehasil and David Bowling died in a shootout in the backyard.
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