December 31, 2019
Clockwise from top left: Darian Jemal Daniels, Coneil Moore, Kevin Jordan and Lewis Ricky Tucker Jr.
They wanted drugs.
Apparently, this enterprising boomer had learned that selling weed and crack cocaine to hapless Democrats was a lucrative business.
But I guess he didn’t take into account the fact that drugs also make these people 1000% more unstable and impulsive than they already are.
Three Monroe County men arrested in connection with a 2017 homicide in Wayne County were sentenced to lengthy state prison sentences by Wayne County Senior Judge Raymond L. Hamill.
Two of the three men, Darian Jemal Daniels, 26, and Lewis Ricky Tucker Jr., 28, pleaded no contest to third-degree homicide, while Kevin Jordan, 22, pleaded guilty to third-degree murder, in the murder of Joseph Stengline Sr., 62, at his home on Evergreen Drive, Lehigh Township, near Gouldsboro.
Police said Stengline was the victim of a violent home invasion on Dec. 8, 2017, when four men wearing bandanas beat and stomped him while demanding drugs. Stengline, who police said was beaten with a gun, died from his injuries on Dec. 13. His son was also beaten during the attack.
Judge Hamill on Thursday sentenced Daniels and Jordan each to 12 to 24 years in state prison. Tucker was sentenced to 15 to 30 years in state prison.
Joseph Stengline Sr.