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Sentencing Set for Washington Man Who Murdered Young Son

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A Washington man who murdered his young son will learn the fate of his actions on April 4 in District Court in Anaconda.

The sentencing date for Jeremy Cramer of Lacey, Wash., was set earlier this week as prosecutors seek a life sentence in prison with no parole restrictions.

Cramer pleaded guilty to deliberate homicide in December for the July 8 death of his 3-year-old son, Broderick, who was found beaten and stabbed to death in a field outside of Anaconda.

Anaconda police picked up Cramer, who was possibly overdosing on Aderol at the time, at a convenience store where he was trying to clean blood of his pants.
    

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