Man Who Killed Ole Miss Officer In 2006 Getting Released

OXFORD, MS (Ben Caxton) — A man who went to prison for manslaughter for killing an Ole Miss Police Officer in 2008 is scheduled for release in two-weeks. 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. He was a second-year University of Mississippi student when the officer pulled him over in traffic in October 2006. Cummings drove away, dragging Langley more than 200 yards. Prosecutors said Cummings had drugs and alcohol in his system. Prosecutor Ben Creekmore says he plans to file an objection to try and block Cummings’ release.



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