Sedgwick County District Judge Christopher Magana ordered Daquantrius Johnson to serve a 136-month term consecutive to other sentences he received for other crimes committed after he was placed on probation for burglary in 2013. The sentences in those cases totaled 111 months, which means Johnson will be incarcerated for about 20 1/2 years.
Sedgwick County District Judge Christopher Magana ordered Daquantrius Johnson to serve a 136-month term consecutive to other sentences he received for other crimes committed after he was placed on probation for burglary in 2013. The sentences in those cases totaled 111 months, which means Johnson will be incarcerated for about 20 1/2 years. Amy Renee Leiker The Wichita Eagle
Sedgwick County District Judge Christopher Magana ordered Daquantrius Johnson to serve a 136-month term consecutive to other sentences he received for other crimes committed after he was placed on probation for burglary in 2013. The sentences in those cases totaled 111 months, which means Johnson will be incarcerated for about 20 1/2 years. Amy Renee Leiker The Wichita Eagle

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