NJ Man Gets Life in Prison for Musician's Death

Twenty-year-old Jermaine M. Jackson of Trenton was sentenced on Thursday

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    A picture of Danny DeGennaro.

    A New Jersey man will spend the rest of his life behind bars for his role in a crime that left a Philadelphia-area musician dead.
    Twenty-year-old Jermaine M. Jackson of Trenton was sentenced on Thursday.
    Authorities say Jackson conspired with four others to rob musician Danny DeGennaro in December 2011. The 56-year-old Levittown resident was fatally shot at his home.
    Earlier this week, Bucks County jurors convicted Jackson of second-degree murder, robbery and conspiracy. He was not accused of shooting DeGennaro.
    Defense attorney Craig Penglase has vowed to appeal. He contends Jackson had been invited to the home for a drug transaction but had left by the time of the murder.


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