GIBSON COUNTY, Ind. (WTHI) - A southern Indiana man accused of murder received his fate on Monday.
Lance Marley was sentenced to 55-years in prison by a Gibson County judge.
That's after he pleaded guilty to murder.
According to court documents, he was sentenced to 50-years in the Indiana Department of Corrections and then five years of probation.
Marley is accused of stabbing Lindsey Fleck to death last year in Princeton.
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