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Christmas day shooter sentenced to 60 years in prison

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CUERO- Quentin Levander Darks has been sentenced to 60 years in prison according to DeWitt County Sheriff Carl Bowen.

Darks was indicted on a charge of murder after the 2016 Christmas Day killing of 26-year-old D'Metra Strait. Strait was fatally shot outside her home in the 200 block of East Cleveland Street, according to Cuero police.

Strait shared two children with Darks. 

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