Daniel Harmon-Wright given 3-year sentence for shooting Patricia A. Cook
At 2 p.m. Friday, Former Culpeper police officer Daniel Harmon-Wright was sentenced to three years in jail following three hours of deliberation from jurors.
Harmon-Wright received 12 months for each of the offenses for which he was found guilty: voluntary manslaughter, unlawfully shooting into an occupied vehicle and involuntary manslaughter shooting into an occupied vehicle that resulted in death. The 12-month sentences were the minimum allowed by law for those offenses.
The charges stem from an incident on Feb. 9, 2012, when Harmon-Wright fatally shot Patricia A. Cook.
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