Early Release Denied For Killer Of Ole Miss Officer

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OXFORD, MS (Ben Caxton) — After hearing objections from the community, the Mississippi Department of Correction has decided not to grant early release to an inmate convicted of killing an Ole Miss police officer. 31-year-old Daniel Cummings was sentenced to 20 years after pleading guilty in 2007 to manslaughter for the dragging death of Officer Robert Langley. Cummings was a second-year University of Mississippi student when 30-year-old Langley pulled him over in traffic in October 2006. Cummings drove away, dragging the officer more than 200 yards. Prosecutors said Cummings had drugs and alcohol in his system.



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