Dolores White's murderer won't get out of jail for at least 15 years
The man who killed Dolores White can’t get parole for at least 15 years. According to the Almaguin News, Declan Letters was sentenced on Friday after pleading guilty to second degree murder in July. Second degree murder carries an automatic life sentence, but the paper says there was a debate on whether he would get 12 years without parole or 17. He was also sentenced to two years each for unlawfully entering a dwelling and weapon possession and another year for uttering threats to cause death. Letters stabbed Dolores White multiple times in the neck on April 6, 2014 in her Kearney home. White later died of her injuries. She was 85-years-old.