Hendricks Sentenced To 4 Years In Aaron Hall Killing

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A 22-year-old man received a 4-year prison term in Jackson Circuit Court for his role in the murder of Aaron Hall of Crothersville in April 2007.

James R. “Jaime” Hendricks of Paris Crossing had been accused of helping Garret L. Gray, 20, and Coleman M. King, 19, dump the body of Aaron Hall along a rural road south of Crothersville after he was beaten by Gray and King at Gray’s home in Crothersville on the night of April 12, 2007.

Hendricks was found guilty of assisting a criminal, a Class C felony, and received the 4-year prison term from Jackson Circuit Judge Bill Vance.

Hendricks was allowed 416 days credit time for the days he has spent in jail since his arrest in April 2007.

Both Gray and King received 30-year prison terms for their parts in the death of Hall.