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June 29, 2018

Slidell Man's Killer Gets Life Plus 40 Years in Prison

A Jefferson Parish judge sentenced Terrance Calloway of Houma on Thursday (June 28, 2018) to  life
in prison plus 40 years, for killing Cordaryle Robert of Slidell on June 25, 2016. The judge also sentenced Calloway to three months in jail for failing to stand.

Click here for more details of the case.

The father of four children, Robert was described in impact testimony as being a hard-working man who loved cars and horses – he belongs to a riding club. “Cordaryle was a warm-hearted young man who worked to provide for his family,” his fiancé Jaleesa Lewis wrote to the court.

After repeatedly refusing to stand for receive his sentence, Calloway stood only after his sister had an outburst in the audience. Noting that the woman spoke out in court and used foul language, Judge Mentz held the woman in direct contempt of court and ordered her to pay a $200 fine.

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