FAIRBANKS — One of the four men convicted in the 1997 killing of a 15-year-old boy will be released in 2015 instead of 2020 after a parole board ruled in his favor last week.
An Alaska Department of Corrections parole board agreed last week to move Marvin Roberts to a halfway house in June 2015, department spokesman Richard Schmitz said. Roberts could be released three months later if he takes classes and has been on good behavior while at the halfway house, he said. The halfway house where Roberts would be sent will be determined closer to the release date.
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