Man Could Receive Life in Prison
Allen Mack was found guilty on Tuesday of Battery and Kidnapping as a result of a March attack on his girlfriend, according to the Williston Police Department.
This guilty verdict qualifies Mack for Life in Prison under Florida sentencing guidelines because he is a repeat felony offender. Mack served time in prison from 2003 to 2008 for the severe beating of a prior girlfriend.
In this case, Mack argued with his girlfriend, forced her into a truck, grabbed a shovel and headed for a remote area where he intended to kill and bury her. According to authorities, the victim escaped when the truck slowed, and she ran into a residence where the home owner called police. Mack was arrested three weeks later.
Sentencing has been deferred for 30 days so attorneys can prepare.
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