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Sagdal ordered to pay $10,308.02 in restitution

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A man who pleaded guilty in the 2017 double homicide case in Harmon was ordered to pay $10,308.20 to the victim's family.

Joseph Sagdal pleaded guilty to manslaughter last December.

It was in December 2017 near the Hemlani apartments in Harmon, Sagdal claims he was randomly hit in the face with a slingshot. He chased down his attackers, then shooting and killing Brokey Thamaso and A.V. Mwarecheong.

The restitution will cover the cost for the victim's damaged car and funeral expenses among other items.

Sagdal was sentenced to serve more than eight years in prison for Mwarecheong's death. Prosecutors have said efforts to get a hold of Thamaso's family have been unsuccessful.

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