Demetrius L. Morant, center, was sentenced Wednesday to nearly twenty years in prison for the shaking death of his infant son.
Demetrius L. Morant, center, was sentenced Wednesday to nearly twenty years in prison for the shaking death of his infant son. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
Demetrius L. Morant, center, was sentenced Wednesday to nearly twenty years in prison for the shaking death of his infant son. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

Wake judge gives man accused of shaking his son to death 19 years for 2nd-degree murder

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