Death row inmate gets 126 more years in Vegas case
LAS VEGAS (AP) – A judge in Las Vegas added 126 years to the prison sentence against a 30-year-old man already sentenced to death and life without parole in a murder and robbery spree targeting Hispanic laborers in 2006.
Clark County District Court Judge Donald Mosley on Wednesday called Eugene Nunnery’s case one of the worst he’d seen as a judge.
Mosley sentenced Nunnery to maximum sentences for felonies including robbery with a deadly weapon and conspiracy.
A jury decision May 11 gave Nunnery life without parole for the September 2006 slaying of Antonio Perez-Martinez.
Nunnery is appealing a 2008 death sentence in the September 2006 robbery-slaying of Saul Nunez Suastegui.
Nunnery also was sentenced last year to life without parole in the August 2006 slaying of Raphael Alfred.
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