Today's Kansas City murder case anti-climax hopefully offers closure for family and friends but might not make the public feel any safer knowing that it took YEARS along with help from the feds & dozens of local po-po in order to put a killer away for good.
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Convicted murderer Kylr Yust has been sentenced by a Cass County judge to 15 years in prison and life in prison for the deaths of Kara Kopetsky and Jessica Runions. Yust was sentenced Monday afternoon at the Cass County Courthouse for the deaths of Kopetsky and Runions - two women who disappeared about a decade apart.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kylr Yust was sentenced on Monday to 45 years in prison after the judge accepted the jury's recommended maximum sentence in his murder trial. Yust was convicted in April in the deaths of Kara Kopetsky and Jessica Runions. He was found guilty of voluntary manslaughter in Kopetsky's death, and second-degree murder in Runions' death.
HARRISONVILLE, MO (KCTV) -- BREAKING UPDATE: On Monday, a judge sentenced Kylr Yust to life in prison plus 15 years for his role in the deaths of Kara Kopetsky and Jessica Runions. The judge said he'd reviewed the sentencing assessment report.
Yust Trial Live Blog: Judge sentences Kylr Yust to 15 years for death of Kopetsky and life for Runions
CASS COUNTY, Mo. - Cass County Presiding Judge William Collins is set to formally sentence Kylr Yust today, June 7, for the deaths of two women. In March, Yust was convicted of killing 17-year-old Kara Kopetsky in 2007 and 21-year-old Jessica Runions in 2016.
On Monday, a Cass County judge sentenced Kylr Yust to life in prison and 15 years in prison for the killings of Kara Kopetsky and Jessica Runions. In April, a jury found Yust guilty of voluntary manslaughter for Kopetsky's death and second-degree murder for Runions's death.
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