Second Suspect in Northwest Student's Death Sentenced to 6 Years

Second Suspect in Northwest Student's Death Sentenced to 6 Years

The second suspect in the 2012 beating death of a Northwest Missouri State University student was sentenced to six years in prison Monday morning.
(MARYVILLE, Mo.) The second suspect in the 2012 beating death of a Northwest Missouri State University student was sentenced to six years in prison Monday morning.

Kevin Mooney, of Bethany, was sentenced to six years for involuntary manslaughter Monday in Nodaway County Court. Mooney, and Tony Overlin were originally charged with second-degree murder. As part of a plea bargain, both pleaded guilty to the lesser involuntary manslaughter charge.

Overlin was also sentenced to six years earlier this month for his role in the crime.

Tomarken Smith, 21, was beaten outside a Maryville bar in 2012.

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