Decades in Prison for 2018 Wilkes-Barre Murder

WILKES-BARRE, Pa. -- One of the two men behind a deadly shooting in Wilkes-Barre will spend decades behind bars.

A judge sentenced Isaiah Jennings to 24 to 48 years behind bars for the 2018 murder of Trevor Oliver.

Authorities say Jennings and Robert Rodriguez shot Oliver and his girlfriend inside a home along Hutston Street.

Oliver later died from his injuries.

Rodriguez was sentenced to at least 19 years in prison back in July.

2 comments

    • jsrant

      That is our biggest problem with criminals, we are way too easy with them. Bring back hard labor, chain gangs, the hole. That’s what they need, not TVs, air conditioning, phone privileges. It’s been proven that gang leaders are on the phone all day ,business as usual. Stop all privileges. You were an animal outside so be one inside. And to you thumb downs, pi**off.

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