BREAKING NEWS | Kevin Agee resentenced for role in Repchic murder

YOUNGSTOWN — Kevin Agee, the driver of the car from which shots were fired that killed Thomas Repchic and wounded Repchic’s wife, Jacqueline, on Sept. 25, 2010, has been resentenced to 31 years to life in prison.

Agee, 28, was resentenced this morning by Judge Maureen A. Sweeney of Mahoning County Common Pleas Court, who had initially sentenced Agee to 39 years to life in prison.

Agee admitted driving the vehicle from which co-defendant, Aubrey Toney, 33, reportedly fired on the Rephic’s car on the city’s South Side, according to the 7th District Court of Appeals, which ordered Agee resentenced.

Toney’s capital murder trial, which had been scheduled to start earlier this month, was postponed to April 28 because of the high-risk pregnancy of a key prosecution witness, who lives in Georgia.

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