Man gets 35 years for involvement in homicide, robbery
DUBUQUE, Iowa (AP) - A Dubuque man has been given 35 years for his involvement in an eastern Iowa homicide and robbery.
Eric Campbell was sentenced Monday in Dubuque. He'd been found guilty in March of voluntary manslaughter for the slaying of Collin Brown on April 2, 2016, at Brown's mobile home in the Dubuque County community of Key West. Campbell had been charged with first-degree murder, but the jury convicted him of the lesser crime.
Two other men already have been imprisoned.
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