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Carlsbad, NM – Today, the Office of Attorney General Hector Balderas announced that Fifth Judicial District Judge Lisa B. Riley sentenced Dallas Hnulik to 12 years incarceration, suspending 4 years of the total possible sentence, for the murder of Brandy Capps, age 32, who was found dead in her vehicle in Artesia five years ago. The Office of the Attorney General prosecuted the case and a Carlsbad jury found Hnulik guilty of second degree murder in July of this year.

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