For a case that we may never know what actually happened, the verdict was heard loud and clear. Jerimie Hicks will most likely serve life behind bars for his actions towards 3 year old Kaelyn Bray.

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Kay Rossi -

A Malmstrom Air Force Base airman was sentenced in Great Falls Thursday to 100 years in prison for the death of a three-year-old girl.

In addition to the 100-year sentence for the death of Kaelyn Bray, Jeremie Hicks also received a five-year sentence for the charge of tampering with physical evidence in the case.

Hicks can apply for parole after serving 25 years.
Hicks, an airman at Malmstrom Air Force Base, was found guilty in November 2010 of deliberate homicide and solicitation of tampering with physical evidence in Kaelyn February 2010 death.

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