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Three sentenced to federal prison in 2008 killing of Stockholm man


BROOKDALE - Three more defendants were sentenced Thursday in U.S. District Court in Utica for their role in the attempted robbery and killing of Daniel Simonds on May 13, 2008 in Brookdale. according to a news release from the U.S. Attorney’s Office.

The defendants and the sentences they received are as follows:

Brian J. Latulipe, 28, of Bombay was sentenced to 168 months imprisonment.

Kaientanoron L. Swamp, 29, of Snye, Que., was sentenced to 151 months imprisonment.

Bryan Herne, aka Wildcat, 31, of Hogansburg was sentenced to 135 months imprisonment.

All three previously pleaded guilty to an indictment charging them with conspiracy to engage in a Hobbs Act robbery, and an information, which charged them with possessing and aiding and abetting the possession of a firearm during and in relation to a drug trafficking crime. As part of their pleas, all three defendants admitted that early on the morning of May 13, 2008, they and the others charged in this case planned to rob Mr. Simonds of a large quantity of Canadian-grown marijuana and money he had stored at his residence at 649 Porter Lynch Road, Brookdale. In furtherance of this plan, some of them went to Mr. Simonds’ residence, where they engaged in a physical confrontation with Mr. Simonds. During the confrontation, Mr. Simonds was shot once by one of his assailants. He died later that day at a hospital in Vermont.

Co-defendant Alan Jacobs, 36, Hogansburg, was previously sentenced to 25 years imprisonment and co-defendant Derek Cooke, 31, Snye, Que., was previously sentenced to 151 months imprisonment. The remaining co-defendants, Chad Edwards, 22, and Anson Edwards, 24, both of Cornwall, Ont., will be sentenced in September.

This prosecution was the result of an investigation undertaken by the St. Lawrence County District Attorney’s office in conjunction with the St. Lawrence County Sheriff’s Department, the New York State Police’s Major Crimes Unit, the Drug Enforcement Administration and the U.S. Attorney’s Office.

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