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Mallo Sally will get 15 years after pleading guilty to manslaughter

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A man charged in connection with the February 2017 beating death of 42-year old Gilbert Alvarez has entered a guilty plea to manslaughter and robbery. Under a plea agreement, Mallo Mangof Sally will be sentenced to 15 years in prison.

According to KUAM files, the then 19-year-old Sally and his co-defendant A-Last Simiron, also 19 at the time, were at the Mangilao ball field and asked Alvarez for a ride home.

They then beat the victim to death while stealing his truck.

Simiron was convicted in November of 1st degree murder and is serving a life sentence.

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