Ex-Death Row Inmate Could be Free by 2020

By |2018-09-27T15:00:29-05:00September 26, 2018 2:27 pm|Local News, State Headlines|0 Comments

(KDKZ-TV) A Missouri man who admitted to participating in the rape and killing of two sisters who were pushed from an abandoned St. Louis bridge could be released as soon as 2020.

47-year-old Reginald Clemons has his first parole board hearing next June because the killings of 19-year-old Robin Kerry and 20-year-old Julie Kerry occurred before 1994 when the Legislature began imposing mandatory minimum prison terms for violent felonies.

Clemons’ earliest eligible release date is Nov. 9, 2020.

Clemons initially was sentenced to death.

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