A prison policy does not allow inmates to have the same cellmates, but Justin Goldsby was fighting with his cellmate, Munger, for a year. In the common area of his cell, Goldsby attacked Munger from behind, punching him 14 times and kicking his head several times. After the attack, Goldsby apologized to Munger’s family. Goldsby grew up in an abusive home and was a drug addict.
The famous siblings, Justin Goldsby and Niecko, are related. They are both 42 years old and are very active in the entertainment industry. Both have famous children and are successful businessmen. Niecko Goldsby is a former model and is now the father of the famous Nickelodeon series, “Grown-Ups.” Their siblings have also become famous.
Despite their tragic circumstances, Goldsby’s family is coping with his death. The pair’s youngest sister, Avis, was murdered by her brother, Justin. They were living in the Blue Hills neighborhood in Kansas City. On the night of the murder, Justin and Avis Goldsby confronted a woman, who was raped by her husband. The brothers then began to exchange punches and words, which led to the victim’s death three days later.
While Justin Goldsby spent years in foster care in Washington state, he had a criminal history that included multiple rape and sexual offenses. He also spent time in jail. His was previously charged with stabbing someone and raping another girl. He was found guilty of murdering Munger in December of 2019. At his sentencing, he apologized to Munger’s family and was sent to Airway Heights prison in Washington state.
Family of Woman
The judge sentenced Goldsby to more than 25 years in prison. He will be eligible for parole after serving his time. He must also pay restitution to the Munger family. The exact amount will be determined later. After being sentenced, Goldsby will have to pay restitution to the family of the woman who died.
Washington Department of Corrections
Justin Goldsby and Munger were cellmates in Washington state. They were transferred several times and had more than 20 altercations. Goldsby did not know Munger’s sister. According to the Washington Department of Corrections, there was no prior connection between the two men.
The two men who were sentenced to prison after a fight in a Washington State prison are being investigated for their actions. The two men shared a cell. The incident occurred in June of 2020. According to the Washington Department of Corrections, it is illegal for people to share cells in prison. When the two men were placed together, there was no indication that they knew each other. However, when the two got into a fight, Goldsby attacked Munger from behind and struck him fourteen times in the face. Goldsby also stomped on his head four times before leaving. This attack was recorded on video, and both men have since apologized to the victim’s family.
Original Sentence for Goldsby
Goldsby was sentenced to over 25 years in prison for the incident. After serving his time, he will be eligible for parole. He will also be required to pay restitution to the Munger family upon release. The original sentence for Goldsby was 33 years, but the prosecution and defense worked to get that sentence lowered. The reduced sentence will give the family more time to see their loved one out of prison.
During his sentencing hearing, Shane Goldsby admitted his guilt to the murder of Justin Goldsby. Goldsby told the judge that he had no memory of killing the man, but had a crush on the woman who raped his sister. He also apologized to the family of the victim during his sentencing hearing.
Niecko & Avis Goldsby
The two men are related, both 42 years old, and are involved in the entertainment industry. Both men have children. Justin Goldsby is a successful businessman and father of two kids, Niecko and Avis Goldsby. There is a lot of controversy surrounding the two men.
After the trial, the two men were sentenced to prison in Washington. Goldsby was initially charged with first-degree murder, but his sentence was reduced to second-degree murder. This was done in part so that the wife of Munger would not see her husband serving a full life sentence in jail here.