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Accused cop killer sentenced to 20 years on federal charges

Stefan Dill
April 05, 2017 05:16 PM

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- The man accused of murder in the October 21, 2015, shooting of Albuquerque police officer Daniel Webster was sentenced on federal charges Wednesday.

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Federal district judge M. Christina Armijo sentenced Davon Lymon to ten years for a May 2015 charge of felon in possession of a firearm, and another consecutive 10–year sentence for a charge of felon in possession of a firearm with ammunition, related to the Webster shooting.

Webster's widow, Michelle Carlino-Webster -- a sheriff’s deputy herself  -- had strong words for Lymon as he received his sentence for possessing a gun on the night Lymon allegedly shot Webster.

"I remind you of the blood that you owe me," she said, extending that debt to other members of Webster's family.

The sentencing for the remaining federal charges has been rescheduled for April 24. 

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