Broderick “B.J ” Ross Sentenced To 25 Years In Demise of Chris-Dion Russell
(Fort Value, TX) – Tarrant County Choose Wayne Salvant on Tuesday sentenced former faculty soccer participant Broderick “B.J.” Ross to 25 years in jail for his function within the demise of a North Texas man.
Ross, a former quarterback at McMurry College in Abilene, pled responsible to homicide on this case.
Chris-Dion Russell, 29, was robbed and killed in Fort Value on January 11, 2017.
Dontrell Dock, a former working again for McMurry, beforehand was convicted of felony homicide for the capturing demise of Russell and sentenced to life in jail.
Salvant stated Tuesday that he can’t look into the longer term to see what Ross will do.
“What I can do is choose your actions up to now, … which isn’t superb,” Salvant stated. “It is a very critical case.”
Salvant stated that he factored in to his choice the truth that practically two dozen letters of help have been submitted on Ross’s behalf – and that he comes from a very good household.
“Your co-defendant bought a life sentence,” he stated. “There’s something redeemable in you. I
wanted to provide you one thing to get your consideration. We have now a younger man who’s lifeless.”
Assistant Prison District Attorneys Marcus Hanna and Kacey Fickes prosecuted this case.
Choose Salvant presides over Prison District Court No. 2.
“The felony justice system works. Justice was served,” Tarrant County Prison District Legal professional Sharen Wilson stated.