David O’Neal Coleman Jr., 41, was sentenced Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014, by Judge Mark V. Bacciarini to serve 31 years and eight months in state prison. A Merced County jury in July convicted Coleman of a series of criminal charges ranging from escaping from jail and residential burglary to weapons possession by a felon and transporting methamphetamine for sale.
David O’Neal Coleman Jr., 41, was sentenced Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014, by Judge Mark V. Bacciarini to serve 31 years and eight months in state prison. A Merced County jury in July convicted Coleman of a series of criminal charges ranging from escaping from jail and residential burglary to weapons possession by a felon and transporting methamphetamine for sale.
David O’Neal Coleman Jr., 41, was sentenced Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014, by Judge Mark V. Bacciarini to serve 31 years and eight months in state prison. A Merced County jury in July convicted Coleman of a series of criminal charges ranging from escaping from jail and residential burglary to weapons possession by a felon and transporting methamphetamine for sale.

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