Daniels’ Killer Sentenced To 50 Years

On Tuesday, a Faulkner County man was ordered to serve a 50-year prison sentence for killing Randy C. Daniels.

24-year old Brayland Dejuan Johnson, of Conway, was initially charged with capital murder after Daniels was found dead inside his white 2007 Cadillac CTS around 10:30am November 13th, 2018, outside Building B at the Salem Park Apartments in Conway.

Johnson ultimately pleaded guilty to four felony charges – first-degree murder, aggravated robbery, theft of property by threat of serious physical injury and tampering with physical evidence.

Log Cabin Democrat reports Circuit Judge Charles “Ed” Clawson Jr. sentenced Johnson to serve 40 years in the Arkansas Department of Corrections. However, Senior Deputy Prosecutor Hugh Finkelstein also sought a 10-year firearm enhancement against the 24-year-old shortly after 1:30pm Tuesday. With the sentences combined, Judge Clawson approved the 50-year sentence.

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