Two sentenced for manslaughter of Joey Faubert
Faubert found dead in June 2012 in St. Isidore, Ont.
Two men convicted of manslaughter in the 2012 death of 24-year-old Ottawa man Joey Faubert were sentenced in court Thursday.
Cody Henry, 19, of Ottawa was sentenced to nine years less 25 months served and Nico Soublière, 20, of Greely, Ont., was sentenced to eight years less 25 months served.
Henry was also sentenced to one year for aggravated assault while he was incarcerated, and another 45 days for assaulting a police officer. Soublière received an additional nine months for aggravated assault while incarcerated.
Both men also received a lifetime ban on gun possession.
The body of Faubert was found on the property of École élémentaire catholique Saint-Isidore on June 30, 2012.
Henry and Soublière were charged with first-degree murder and later convicted of the lesser offence of manslaughter after the Crown and defence agreed to the verdict.
A third man, 18-year-old Martin Lamoureux of St. Isidore, Ont., was charged with first-degree murder and conspiracy to commit an indictable offence. He will appear in court at a later date.
The cause of death was never released.