A man who shot and killed his landlord and pastor on property they shared in Boulevard was sentenced Monday to 50 years to life in state prison.
Paul David Carr, 61, was convicted earlier this year of first-degree murder, including an allegation of intentional discharge of a firearm, in the death last Oct. 16 of Craig Hodson.
Carr rented a house from the 55-year-old victim on a piece of property on Old Highway 80 near the Golden Acorn Casino.
Hodson, who was gunned down in his own garage, had served Carr with an eviction notice because the defendant was extremely hostile and verbally abusive toward Hodson’s wife, Maria, according to Deputy District Attorney Jeffrey Lazar.
–City News Service
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