A person who referred to as police to say he’d killed his caretaker at an Anchorage assisted dwelling house in November of 2015 was sentenced to 60 years in jail Friday.
Gilbert Nashookpuk, 26, admitted to strangling and beating fifty seven-yr-previous Glenna Wyllie after she made him indignant, he advised police. Nashookpuk pleaded responsible to first diploma homicide as a part of plea deal.
On the sentencing listening to Nashookpuk advised relations he was sorry and would work to resolve his anger points. Nashookpuk’s lawyer, Dan Lowrey, informed the decide Nashookpuk suffered from mind accidents and psychological well being points but nonetheless knew what he’d executed was improper.
“The rationale this got here to mild is as a result of he referred to as 9-1-1,” Lowery informed the decide. “He advised them the place he was, they got here and arrested him with out incident. And ever since that second he has been intent on attending to today the place he will get sentenced for what he did.”
A number of of Wyllie’s youngsters spoke on the listening to concerning the loss they proceed to really feel. However additionally they advised Nashookpuk that finally, they forgave him.
Decide Jack Smith stated Nashookpuk had a historical past of violence each out and in of jail and that locking him up for a very long time was applicable for the general public’s security. He agreed to condemn Nashookpuk to eighty years with 20 suspended.
Nashookpuk may also be required to be on probation for ten years after his launch.
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