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Anniston man sentenced to house arrest after pleading guilty to manslaughter

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Donovan Parchman

Posted: Wednesday, August 13, 2014 4:46 pm

A judge on Wednesday ordered an Anniston man to two years of monitored house arrest and three years of probation in connection with the death of an Oxford man in 2011.

Calhoun County Circuit Judge Bud Turner sentenced Donovan Parchman, 24, to just more than 10 years in prison, but placed him on probation and required that he remain under house arrest for two years with GPS monitoring.

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