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58-year term for Yakima home-invasion killing

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YAKIMA -- A 26-year-old man was sentenced Thursday in Yakima to more than 58 years in prison for a fatal shooting during a home invasion.
Terrek Tremaine Corbin was convicted of murder, burglary and assault for the October 2010 attack that killed 45-year-old Mark Wallace.
The Yakima Herald-Republic reported that each count carried a firearms enhancement. With time off for good behavior, Corbin will be eligible for parole when he is about 75 years old.
Story tags » Home Invasion RobberyHomicideYakima

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