Lincolnton man gets 25 years for concealing 1992 death

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A Lincolnton man was sentenced to prison this morning, bringing an end to a 16-year-old Columbia County death investigation.

Superior Court Judge Jim Blanchard sentenced Douglas Wayne Toney, 35, to 25 years after he pleaded guilty to concealing the death of another, possession of cocaine and possession of marijuana with intent to distribute.

Mr. Toney had been charged in 2007 with murder in the death of Faxton Lamar Powell Jr., who was found shot near Harlem on Sept. 27, 1992.

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ListenAndLearn 11/21/08 - 04:46 pm
Once again...parents have no

Once again...parents have no control inevitably over what goes on in their childrens adult lives. To this childs good parents...many know you are hurting right now. I hope you can have some peace and understanding in all of this.

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