State Parole Board Expected to Decide on Convicted Killer's Fate

Members of the state parole board plan to meet with the man who killed a Fayette County Sheriff's Deputy.

The board could determine whether William Bennett will get out of jail. Bennett is serving a 60 year sentence for killing Deputy Joseph Angelucci in 1988.

Angelucci's family met with the parole board earlier this week and asked the panel to keep Bennett behind bars. The parole board is expected to make its decision after meeting with Bennett.

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