It appears there will be no justice for Wesley Hallam.
Three men accused of killing Wesley Hallam will be out of prison just under two years. That’s the result of the guilty plea of manslaughter made today in the Sault Ste. Marie Superior courtroom. Ronald Mitchell, Eric Mearow and Dylan Jocko each pleaded guilty to the lesser charge of manslaughter Thursday morning, 5 and half years after the decapitated body of 29 year old Wesley Hallam was found in a ravine off Landslide Road in January 2011.
The three men were sentenced after making the plea, doing away with a trial.
Mitchell recieved 22 months after allowance for time served. Mearow and Jocko both received two years less a day, accounting for time served.
Sault Ste. Marie Police Chief Robert Keetch tells media during an evening press conference that he is very disappointed with the outcome of the case. SaultOnline will have more on the chief’s statement later tonight.