West Virginia man sentenced for witness retaliation

A West Virginia man has been sentenced to more than three years in federal prison for retaliating against a government witness in a criminal case involving the defendant’s brother.

WEST VIRGINIA MAN SENTENCED TO 1 YEAR IN PRISON FOR STEALING FROM COAL MINE

David Stanley, 46, of the Raleigh County community of Bolt, was sentenced in federal court Monday for sending several intimidating and threatening messages through social media to a witness in a case against Stanley’s brother, Charles Stanley, court records showed.

A West Virginia man was sentenced to more than 3 years in prison after sending threatening messages to a witness in his brothers case. His brother was sentenced in June for theft.

A West Virginia man was sentenced to more than 3 years in prison after sending threatening messages to a witness in his brothers case. His brother was sentenced in June for theft.

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Charles Stanley, 52, of Shady Spring, was sentenced in June to more than two years in prison on charges related to the theft of mining equipment from an energy facility.

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