A man convicted of killing a business colleague whose body was found in the Utah desert has been sentenced in Denver to 49 years and six months in prison.
A Denver man accused of killing his business partner and dumping his body has been convicted of second-degree murder.
The Denver District Attorney’s office says their case against a man charged with murdering his business partner has grown stronger now that the remains of the victim have been found.
Bones found along Interstate 70 in eastern Utah are likely those of a missing Denver man whose business partner has been charged with beating him to death.
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