William Inmon Sentenced to 24 Years

on September 16, 2011 in Serial Killers by

As part of a plea deal to avoid the death penalty, William Inmon was sentenced to a total of 24 years in prison for the fatal shootings of William McCarragher, Daniel Achten, and Ricky Flores. His three counts of dangerous manslaughter received 21 years each, to be served concurrently.

He also received three years for two counts of concealing a dead body. These three years will run consecutively with the first 21 years.


  • tye says:

    will he do all 24 years or can he serve half or quarter time for good behavior?

    • Brian Combs says:

      I imagine he’ll be eligible for whatever behavior reductions the State of Arizona offers, assuming he behaves.

      • tye says:

        thank you mr. combs, i know willie and his father in a very personal way however, i have no contact with either of them. i cant tell you how concerning it is to know that some day, willie will again be free to prowl the streets of “small town” america possibly luring friends and family or perhaps some completely random citizen. he will always remain a deep threat and should never be granted access to the public again. willie is an attention getter so he probably wont have too much “good behavior” and although it is of some measure of comfort, there is still that very real threat clearly defined as a possibility. again, thank you.

        • Brian Combs says:

          Actually, according to this article, Arizona will not let violent criminals out early:

          However, if somebody is sentenced for a dangerous felony, a dangerous crime against children, a violent felony, or a sex crime they will serve their sentence day for day even if it is only the first felony conviction. Day for day means that if the judge sentences a defendant to prison, for example, 10 years in prison, that person will not get out of the Department of Corrections for 10 years. They will not get out early because of overcrowding and they will not get out early because they behaved well while in Department of Corrections custody. Day for day time is also called flat time.

          So, he should do the full 24 years.

          That still has him getting out in his late forties. I suspect he’ll be placed under some sort of monitored supervision at that point, but it’s hard to say on something that far out.

  • Damon Carlson says:

    This guy is not a vigilante or any type of hero. He’s a psychopath just like any other serial killer. So,yeah he should’ve got at least life with parole at least if not without

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