Billings man sentenced to 75 years for homicide

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Colby Allen Clark, 22, appears in court Wednesday at the Yellowstone County Courthouse for his sentencing regarding the April 26, 2020 murder of Micah Myron on Billings’ South Side.

RYAN BERRY, Billings Gazette AJ Etherington

A 22-year-old Billings man was sentenced to 75 years in the Montana State Prison for deliberate homicide just days after receiving a 30-year sentence for shooting a man in Butte just four days after the homicide.

Colby Allen Clark was sentenced by Yellowstone District Court Judge Colette Davies on Wednesday after a more than two-hour-long hearing in which the defense attempted to highlight mitigating circumstances surrounding the murder of Micah Aaron Myron outside Myron’s residence on Billings’ South Side in April 2020.

Clark pleaded guilty to the charge of deliberate homicide earlier this year as part of a plea agreement in which the state was recommending 80 years in prison.  

Clark shot Myron outside Myron’s home in Billings the evening of April 26, 2020. Testimony from Billings Police Detective Sergeant Ryan Kramer laid out

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