David Wayne Price, the North Port man acquitted of second-degree murder in May, was sentenced to five years in prison in connection with the same incident in which a jury determined he was at least partially responsible for stealing the victim’s car after his death.
Price, 52, received five years in prison from 20th Judicial Circuit Judge Christine Greider, and five years of probation upon his release from prison, according to his attorney, Michael Powell. Powell said Price received the sentence because he is a habitual felony offender.
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