Georgetown Man Receives Sentence

A Georgetown man accused of killing a man in Lexington was sentenced today for the crime.

Michael Scott Johnson was sentenced to 20 years in prison.
He was convicted of stabbing Jorge Garcia Arroya to death back in August.
The crime happened at a home on East Loudon.

Both Johnson and Arroya were from Georgetown.


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  • by c Location: fkt on Sep 29, 2007 at 04:25 AM
    Great! He gets free food, free clothing, free housing, free access to a gym, free education ALL FOR KILLING SOMEONE! 20 years for the taxpayers to pay for his up keep! This man doesn't have to work one day for all this!Sounds like a deal to me! So where's the punishment? I do not see ANY punishment here! Besides he has 20 years of appeals and again at taxpayers expense! THERE IS NO PUNISHMENT FOR CRIME IN KENTUCKY!

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