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Finkbeiner gets life without parole


The eight man, four woman jury that found Joshua Allen Finkbeiner guilty of killing Shaliyah Toombs and her unborn child April 29, 2018 has reached a decision on his sentence.

Prosecutors were seeking the death penalty in the killing but the jury has ruled his sentence will be life in prison without the possibility of parole.

Also charged in connection with the death of Toombs is Stacy Harjo, who remains in the McClain County Jail.

Her trial, which will be heard before District Judge Leah Edwards, is set for later this year.

Toombs was strangled to death.

Jurors deliberated for two hours in the sentencing phase of the trial.


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