Main sentenced to 60 years
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Tim Leeds Havre Daily News [email protected]
James Joseph Main Jr. Of Hays, born in 1960, was sentenced Monday in state District Court in Havre by Judge E. Wayne Phillips to 60 years in the Montana State Prison for accountability in the homicide of Lloyd “Lucky” Kvelstad on Nov. 25, 2006. Main was convicted on Feb. 9 after a six-day trial. Phillips said he would mitigate the sentence in two ways, first by not putting restrictions on Main's eligibility for parole. With credit for the nearly 2½ years Main served while awaiting trial...