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Luke Daniel Williams, 24, from Penycae has been jailed following his sentencing hearing at court today.
During his trial at Mold Crown Court, Williams had previously denied murder but pleaded guilty to manslaughter following the death of Karl Saffy last year.
Mr Saffy, a 57-year-old grandfather, died in hospital on August 23, 2021 following an altercation at an address in Cristionydd, Penycae.
This morning Williams was jailed for six years by Judge Rhys Rowlands at Mold Crown Court.
Senior Investigating Officer, DCI Alun Oldfield said: “Our heartfelt condolences remain with the family and friends of Mr Saffy at this incredibly difficult time.
“Although Williams will now have to face up to his actions in prison, no sentence can compensate for the loss of life and the distress he has caused.”
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