A Zanesville man has been sentenced to 15 years behind bars for his role in the robbery and murder of two men.
Tyler E. Burrell, 23, was sentenced by a judge last week, according to court officials.
Burrell was convicted in December for the two counts of complicity to commit involuntary manslaughter and one count of complicity to commit aggravated robbery. Burrell is expected to testify against other suspects accused in the crime.
Burrell was charged in the deaths of Christopher Morrison and Justain Nelson in June.
Two other men, James Whately Jr. and Deondre Crosby, have been indicted in the crime and are awaiting trial. Maigen Blanchard and Anjomo Churchill are awaiting sentencing. Elgin Mitchell is already serving an 11 year sentence.
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