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Sentencing continued for killer of 13-year-old Pacific boy
Sentencing continued in Pacific murder
Sentencing has been continued to Aug. 9 for a 20-year-old man who broke into his ex-girlfriend's apartment last year in Pacific and killed her 13-year-old brother with a samurai sword.
Brandon Suhr, 20, pleaded guilty in April to first-degree murder and first degree burglary in the killing of Walter Denesha.
Both charges include deadly weapon enhancements. The sentence range is 25 to 32 years in prison. Prosecutors will recommend a 30-year sentence.
The sentencing is set for 9 a.m. before Judge John Erlick in courtroom W-1060 at the King County Courthouse.