To Stephen Kent Ehat | 3:37 p.m. 4/27. . . and possibly not live
long enough to serve his full sentence.---------------------------Especially if they make him serve his
sentence where he SHOULD serve his sentence -- in the general prison population
instead of protective custody.
Footnote to Rifleman's comment: Steven Powell is charged with fourteen (14)
Class C felonies with a standard sentence of up to five years in prison for each
felony conviction. If he is convicted of all fourteen charges and if the maximum
sentence is imposed on him for each conviction and if consecutive rather than
concurrent sentences are imposed, Steven, now age 61, would serve 70 years
(minus whatever is subtracted) and possibly not live long enough to serve his
To Rifleman 2:46 p.m. 4/27I agree. Vicitimizing children is
Hopefully he will be convicted on each count he has been charged with, and
hopefully the judge will make him serve his sentences consecutively.
I suppose this means one of two things:1. He really doesn't
know anything about the murder or what Josh did with the body.2. Police
think they are close enough to breaking the case that they don't need his
info.I hope it's the latter.