msn.com 18 Sep, 2020 02:15 am

Man who attempted murder of Wyoming County Sheriff gets 25 years in prison

A Castile man accused of trying to kill the Wyoming County Sheriff in December of 2018 was sentenced Thursday. Lynn Michael Hall was sentenced to 25 years in prison with five years post-release supervision. Hall was charged with attempted murder in the second degree. Hall had been ruled unfit to stand trial in January of 2019. He had been given two psychiatric exams by different doctors who ruled that, "(Hall) is incapacitated and thus unable to...

When Sheriff Rudolph pulled over to see if Hall needed help, that is when Hall pulled in front and blocked him.Police say Hall got out of his car, met Sheriff Rudolph at the door of his police vehicle, and started a physical altercation.Hall allegedly tried to get Sheriff Rudolph's gun, as they both continued to struggle to the ground at the side of the road.Lynn Michael Hall was sentenced to 25 years in prison with five years post-release supervision.

WGRZ-TV Buffalo p A Castile man accused of trying to kill the Wyoming County Sheriff in December of 2018 was sentenced Thursday.Lynn Michael Hall sentencing p Police say Hall was tailgating and flashing his lights at Wyoming County Sheriff Gregory Rudolph on State Route 238, as he was on his way to work in December 2018.

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