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Posey Co. attempted murder conviction upheld

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The attempted murder conviction of Brandon McManomy has been upheld by the Indiana Court of Appeals.

McManomy was convicted of slashing the throat of Posey County deputy Daniel Montgomery during an attempt to arrest McManomy on an outstanding warrant out of Kentucky. Authorities say Montgomery needed 30 stitches to his jaw.

He was convicted in April of 2012 on a number of charges, including attempted murder. He was sentenced to 38 years in prison.

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