Three Men Sentenced for the Deaths of Others

By Brandi Bailey

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    Alan Outman, 23, who�s last address was Binghamton, sentenced 25 years to life to a New York State Prison on Friday, Dec. 14 in Broome County Court for killing David Fillers, 21, on Jan. 1, 2012. Outman plead guilty to first-degree murder in September.

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December 14, 2012 Updated Nov 5, 2013 at 1:17 PM EDT

(WBNG Binghamton) It was a busy day in Broome County Court as three high profile cases received their sentencing.

Alan Outman, Steven Lipka, and Isaiah Jeremiah were all in court Friday morning to receive their sentence dates.

20-year-old Lipka was sentenced to 18 years in prison with 5 years of post release supervision.

Lipka plead guilty to first degree manslaughter, admitting to causing the death of his 16-year-old girlfriend Shelby Jenkins on June 14th.

Lipka sobbed with his head down as Jenkin's family read statements and letters about the teen girl.

22-year-old Isaiah Jeremiah was also sentenced.

He will spend 25 years to life in prison for shooting and killing 22-year-old Stephen Mayo during a robbery on Leroy Street in October 2010.

Another man behind bars, Alan Outman, who sexually assaulted and killed 21 year old David Fillers.

Family members of Fillers gave emotional reaction, calling Outman a monster, and saying they are serving a life sentence without Fillers and Outman deserves the same for his crime.

"All murders as I said are evil, they just are. They're intentional taking of another life. Some murder strike deep in the heart of the community, they see and recognize the victim in them...," said District Attorney Gerald Mollen.

"No sentence will ever make it right. The defendant is an evil sexual predator who deserves no more mercy than he showed David," said Filler Uncle, Tom Keating.

After Outman was sentenced Judge Smith made sure to say on the record that while he would probably not be sitting in the Judges seat in 25 years, but hoped Outman spent the rest of his life in Prison.

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