The life of Justin Goldsby isn’t always easy. Even though his relationship with his sister is better than it was when he was younger, there are still issues. His mother has recently been released from jail, but Goldsby’s life has been tainted by his mother’s past.
Topic of Controversy
A relationship between Avis Goldsby and Justin Goldsby has been a topic of controversy. The two are siblings, but their relationship is quite contentious. While Justin Goldsby was a minor at the time of the murder, he has a history of violent crime. His mother was a drug addict, and the pair had reconnected during their time in prison. They began abusing drugs together, and Goldsby was put into foster care when he was still young. Justin Goldsby’s crimes were discovered during his time in foster care, and he was sentenced to more than three years in prison. Despite his conviction, he apologized to the victims’ families, and has since been discharged from prison.
Goldsby spent his early childhood in foster care, and had to move between ten foster homes before he was adopted by a family. After his adoption, he reconnected with his mother, who became addicted to drugs. He abused drugs again, and when he was 22, he was jailed for stealing a police car and leading several agencies on a police pursuit.
Justin Goldsby’s Crimes
Justin Goldsby’s crimes were very serious. He had been involved in numerous altercations with correctional officers before he was transferred to Airway Heights Correctional Center in Washington. The Washington State Patrol investigated his crimes, and they found that prison staff were unaware of his criminal behavior. Although he was sentenced to over three years, he and his sister were given a much reduced sentence to prevent a break-up in their family.
The Goldsby family is a well-known and successful family, and their sons Justin Goldsby and daughter Niecko Goldsby have been prominent in the entertainment industry. Their children, Niecko and Avis, were also adopted. Avis Goldsby and Justin Goldsby are now in the same industry as their parents, but still have a complicated past.
The Goldsby brothers were in foster care for several years. They were cellmates and had more than 20 altercations. But unlike Justin, Munger was not a Munger’s sister.
Two brothers who have been on probation for multiple drug charges were sentenced to prison on Wednesday for their roles in the recent crime spree. Goldsby, 22, was born in a foster home and lived in ten different foster homes before he was adopted by a family. After his adoption, he reconnected with his mother and began to abuse drugs. His drug use escalated and he was jailed for stealing a police car and leading several agencies on a police chase.
State Trooper’s Car
Justin Goldsby’s death has caused the arrest of another man, Shane Goldsby. Shane Goldsby is a former drug dealer who was arrested in 2017 for stealing a state trooper’s car. In a subsequent pursuit, Goldsby reportedly crashed into a state trooper, injuring the officer.
Shane Goldsby was sentenced to more than 25 years in prison. After serving the term, he will be eligible for parole. He is also ordered to pay restitution to the Munger family upon his release. The amount of restitution is yet to be determined. The original sentence was 33 years, but the prosecution and defense agreed to reduce it to 25 years so that the Munger family could see Goldsby out of prison.
Airway Heights Correctional Center
Justin Goldsby has a long history of sexual abuse and crimes. He was once charged with rape and was in foster care for years. He confessed to killing Munger after he saw a photo of the former foster child. Goldsby apologized to Munger’s family and was transferred to the Airway Heights Correctional Center in Washington.
According to the Washington State Department of Corrections, Goldsby was placed in a cell with Munger after the two became cellmates. The two had more than 20 altercations and were transferred to different correctional centers. They eventually became cellmates at the Airway Heights Correctional Center. However, the two men had never met before, and a screener did not know that they shared the same cell.