Annita Harmon hugs her daughter in this photo provided by the family. (Contributed photo)
VALE – Anthony Montwheeler sat in clean street clothes with a fresh haircut and stared straight ahead Friday morning as more than a dozen people delivered statements at his sentencing at the Malheur County Courthouse.
The session was the final chapter on a four-year-long legal case that began in the early morning hours of a cold, overcast January day 2017.
The former Nampa man pleaded guilty Feb. 26 to second-degree murder, first-degree manslaughter and third-degree assault.
Montwheeler stabbed to death his ex-wife, Annita Harmon, killed Vale resident David Bates and injured his wife Jessica in a head-on crash as he fled police.
Under terms of the plea deal reached earlier this year, Montwheeler . . .