Darrel Daves is ordered jailed in lieu of $5 million Feb. 19, 2015 in the slaying of Jesus Isidor-Mendoza. The murder charge against Daves was dismissed Wednesday, and he was instead sentenced for witness tampering.
Darrel Daves is ordered jailed in lieu of $5 million Feb. 19, 2015 in the slaying of Jesus Isidor-Mendoza. The murder charge against Daves was dismissed Wednesday, and he was instead sentenced for witness tampering. News Tribune file photo
Darrel Daves is ordered jailed in lieu of $5 million Feb. 19, 2015 in the slaying of Jesus Isidor-Mendoza. The murder charge against Daves was dismissed Wednesday, and he was instead sentenced for witness tampering. News Tribune file photo

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