Grigsby Sentenced in Warrick Homicide

Published 07/29 2014 12:14PM

Updated 09/18 2014 11:17AM

Shawn Grigsby (Warrick County Sheriff's Office)
Shawn Grigsby (Warrick County Sheriff's Office)
A man charged in the death of a Martinsville, Indiana man is sentenced this morning in a Warrick County courtroom.
25 year-old Shawn Grisby reached a plea deal in the case and was sentenced to 20 years for Conspiracy to Commit Murder in the shooting death of Joseph Nelson.
Authorities say Grigsby was not the trigger man. However, he did assist with disposing the body.
In February, deputies say Nelson was shot execution style.
His body was discovered on a coal conveyor belt at Alcoa in Warrick County.
Three other people continue to face murder charges in this case.

One of the 4 suspects in the death of a man who's body was found at Alcoa has plead guilty.
Shawn Grigsby entered a plea of conspiracy to commit murder this morning in a Warrick County Court.
He's one of the suspects accused of killing Joseph Nelson.
David Lackey, Matt Mcallister and Jade Stigall are also facing murder charges in the case. 

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