A Wichita man was sentenced to life in prison for his role in the meth-injection death of Shawn Lindsey early last year.
Jason Jones, 38, is eligible for parole after 25 years on the charge of first-degree murder. He was one of multiple defendants in the case stemming from the killing of Lindsey, whose body was found near K-96 and Hillside on Jan. 16, 2013.
Authorities alleged Lindsey, 34, was bound and tortured by a group of men at a west Wichita auto shop before he was injected with a lethal dose of meth on Jan. 11, 2013.
Sedgwick County District Court Judge Bruce Brown also sentenced Jones to 165 months – or more than 13 years – in prison on a conviction of aggravated kidnapping. If Jones is paroled after 25 years, he will serve the sentence for the kidnapping conviction.
Jones’ co-defendants are in various stages of adjudication: