UTAH STATE PRISON — Two men who have served lengthy prison sentences for separate murders have every been granted parole.
But whereas one man will still serve a couple of extra years within the Utah State Jail earlier than being launched, one other has already been turned over to immigration officers.
Eugene Bisner, now forty, has been granted a parole date of April 2, 2024, “contingent upon his completion of required remedy and compliance together with his case action plan,” in response to the Utah Board of Pardons and Parole.
On Jan. 6, 1999, Bisner, then 19, and three associates met Darby Golub, 19, in a Smith’s parking zone, 2039 E. 9400 South in Sandy, allegedly to settle a drug debt. Bisner and Golub have been pals. Golub showed up at the parking zone with a rifle, which his family claimed he was going to offer to Bisner as collateral for the $350 he owed him.
Sooner or later through the confrontation, Bisner picked up the rifle and fired six rounds at Golub as he was operating away and making an attempt to get again into his truck. One spherical struck Golub behind his head, killing him.
Bisner was convicted of murder and aggravated robbery and sentenced to a combined 11 years to life in prison.
In April, Bisner had his first parole listening to.
“I can not say what possessed me to select up the gun and hearth, whether it was anger, frustration, worry. I don’t know what my motivations have been. I have a hard time even understanding even now. However I repeatedly fired till the gun was empty,” he stated. “There’s by no means a day that does not go by that I don’t think about all the ache I’ve brought on. My decisions that night time have been purely selfish.
“I do not assume in my coronary heart I meant to kill him. It was just a very, very dangerous state of affairs that went incorrect real quick,” he stated. “Truthfully, I’ve contemplated that this entire time. I by no means have understood why I did it, why I began pulling the trigger.”
The parole board additionally just lately granted parole to Edgardo Stated Mata, 38, who was scheduled to be launched Might 14, but was to right away be handed over to U.S. Immigration and Clients Enforcement for deportation.
On Dec. 19, 1998, Mata, then 18, of Salem, shot Ramon Pena, 17, twice from behind at Provo’s Membership Omni in what was believed to be Utah County’s first gang-related homicide. His first parole listening to was held in March.