Sian James has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for throwing a chunk of concrete that killed an off-duty Baltimore police officer during a dispute over a parking space. James, 26, was sentenced Wednesday in Baltimore Circuit Court. He ...Read More »
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Sian James, who testified he acted in self-defense when he threw a concrete chunk at an off-duty city police officer during a parking dispute last fall, was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter by a Baltimore jury Monday afternoon. After a ...Read More »
After testifying Friday that he threw a fist-sized concrete chunk at Detective Brian Stevenson because the off-duty Baltimore policeman was threatening his and his friend’s lives, Sian James must wait until at least Monday to learn if a Baltimore jury ...Read More »