Convicted killer hears sentence
A Fairfield, Iowa man, convicted of second degree murder, has been sentenced to 50 years in prison.
According to online court records, Tyler James Webster received the sentence Monday from District Court Judge Myron Gookin.
In addition to prison time, Webster was ordered to pay $150,000 in restitution to the victim.
In May, a Jefferson County jury convicted Webster of second degree murder in the death of Buddie Lee Frisbie.
Webster was arrested in August 2012 after law enforcement officers found Frisbee's bullet riddled body at a residence on Marigold Boulevard.
Webster has filed notice that he intends to appeal the conviction.
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