Man Sentenced for Triple Murder in New Mexico Case

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Sean Lannon has been sentenced for the murders of three individuals in a high-profile New Mexico case, over three years after four bodies were discovered in a truck at the Albuquerque International Sunport.

Lannon, who had already admitted to killing one of the victims, Randall Apostalon, pled guilty earlier this month to second-degree murder for the deaths of his ex-wife Jennifer Lannon, Justin Mata, and Matthew Miller.

In 2021, Lannon brutally beat Apostalon to death in an Albuquerque apartment parking lot after hiring him to help move bins containing the bodies of Jennifer Lannon and two other men from Grants.

The bodies were later found with Apostalon’s in a car at the Sunport. As per to the source Yahoo

Last month, Lannon received a 15-year prison sentence for the murder of Apostalon.

Following a plea deal on June 5, Lannon accepted reduced charges and pled guilty to three counts of second-degree murder for the deaths of his ex-wife and the other two men.

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He was sentenced to 45 years in prison for these murders, to be served consecutively with his sentence for Apostalon’s murder.

Additionally, Lannon is serving a 35-year sentence for the murder of Michael Dabkowski in New Jersey, which occurred after the killings in New Mexico.

This New Jersey sentence will run concurrently with his sentences for the New Mexico murders.

Lannon’s case has drawn significant attention due to the brutal nature of the crimes and the interstate aspect of his criminal activities. His sentencing brings some closure to a tragic series of events that left multiple families grieving.

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