Man gets 48 years for teen’s stabbing death
BOULDER, Colorado – A judge sentenced a 26-year-old old Greeley man to 48 years in prison for stabbing death of a teenager at a Longmont park last year.
The sentence given to Raymond “Mike” Palomino Friday was the maximum he could receive for his second-degree murder conviction in February in Boulder County District court.
Prosecutors say Palomino stabbed 19-year-old Logan Sisson after an argument at a party escalated into a fight. A friend of Palomino testified that Palomino stabbed the teen after she and another woman got into a scuffle with Sisson in the park.
Information from: Daily Times-Call, http://timescall.com/