Calaveras County teenager, Isiah Fowler, 15, was found guilty of second-degree murder in the stabbing death of his 8-year-old sister was sentenced Wednesday, and his attorney announced that he is appealing the conviction. Fowler is to be held at a Department of Juvenile Justice facility to a maximum age of 23 and can apply for early release at age 22. Fowler was 12 when his sister, Leila Fowler, was killed on April 27, 2013. The youth told investigators that he encountered an attacker in the home. He was arrested days after his sister’s slaying.
Calaveras County teenager, Isiah Fowler, 15, was found guilty of second-degree murder in the stabbing death of his 8-year-old sister was sentenced Wednesday, and his attorney announced that he is appealing the conviction. Fowler is to be held at a Department of Juvenile Justice facility to a maximum age of 23 and can apply for early release at age 22. Fowler was 12 when his sister, Leila Fowler, was killed on April 27, 2013. The youth told investigators that he encountered an attacker in the home. He was arrested days after his sister’s slaying. Vicki Behringer Courtroomartist.com, Special to The Bee
Calaveras County teenager, Isiah Fowler, 15, was found guilty of second-degree murder in the stabbing death of his 8-year-old sister was sentenced Wednesday, and his attorney announced that he is appealing the conviction. Fowler is to be held at a Department of Juvenile Justice facility to a maximum age of 23 and can apply for early release at age 22. Fowler was 12 when his sister, Leila Fowler, was killed on April 27, 2013. The youth told investigators that he encountered an attacker in the home. He was arrested days after his sister’s slaying. Vicki Behringer Courtroomartist.com, Special to The Bee
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Calaveras County teen to be incarcerated up to eight years for sister’s slaying

November 04, 2015 03:27 PM

UPDATED November 04, 2015 08:48 PM

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