Jeffrey S. Depault will have 42 years to think about his role in the murder of Dylan Newman.
Jefferson County District Judge Dennis Hall sentenced Depault, 22, to 42 years after he pleaded guilty to second-degree murder, aggravated robbery and one violent crime count in Newman's slaying in February.
Newman, 20, was shot by Adam Zamora during a purported marijuana deal April 3, 2007, in a South Jeffco home. Depault was accused of arranging the transaction.
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