Man gets 130-year sentence in South Bend car wash murder
A South Bend man convicted of murder was sentenced to 65 years in prison, and the sentence was doubled under the Criminal Gang Sentencing Enhancement for an aggregate sentence of 130 years.
Just last month a jury found Jermaine Munn guilty of killing Jarina Bailey
Bailey was one of three women shot at a car wash on Lincolnway West in 2013.
Munn was previously convicted of the 2014 murder of a Clay High School student. He's serving a 65-year sentence in that case.
This new sentence is to run consecutively to that one.