Suspect In Murder Of Tech CEO Released On Liberal ‘Good Behavior’ Credits

  • The suspect in last week’s vicious murder of a young Baltimore tech entrepreneur was sentenced to serve a 30-year sentence in prison in 2015 but got out in 2022 — not as a result of parole but because of an earned credit system for good behavior that’s become more liberal in recent years.
  • Jason Billingsley, 32, was taken into custody without incident in Bowie, Md., late Wednesday after being named the prime suspect in 26-year-old Pava LaPere’s murder.
  • By October 2022, Billingsley had earned enough “diminution credits” to trigger mandatory release after serving about nine years and three months of what had become a 14-year sentence.
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