A life sentence has been handed to the man convicted in the shooting death of Daniel Baffoh.
Mark Langille was sentenced this afternoon with no chance of parole for 14 years after the 47-year-old pleaded guilty to second-degree murder.
26 year old Baffoh was last seen at his west mountain home in January of 2013, telling his mother he would be right back.
Two months later Langille was charged with first degree murder and his 22 year old son with accessory after the fact, but Baffoh’s body wasn’t found until June at the Lake Niapenco Reservoir in the Binbrook Conservation Area.
It was revealed in court that Baffoh was Langille’s drug dealer and was shot in the head during a dispute over cocaine.
(The Hamilton Spectator)