Man who killed conservation officer gets death sentence

October 5, 2012 by John McCoy

 

WCO David Grove (PGC photo)

It took an Adams County, Pa., jury just four hours to sentence 29-year-old Christopher Johnson to death by lethal injection for killing Wildlife Conservation Officer David Grove.

Gvove, 31, was killed in an apparent shootout as he tried to arrest Johnson for poaching. Reports at the time of Grove’s death said he had West Virginia ties — he attended college at Appalachian Bible College near Beckley.

The Lebanon, Pa., Daily News has the sentencing story.

 

One Response to “Man who killed conservation officer gets death sentence”

  1. MSgt G.L. Wallace says:

    Hopefully the lethal injection will be from a Ruger .357 magnum hollow point, with the gun placed in the mouth of Johnson.

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