UPDATE: Redding has been sentenced to life without parole on his murder charge as well as being sentenced to 10 years on his three other charges: armed criminal action and two counts of forgery. These three are to be served concurrently.
WARSAW, Mo – Adam Redding, the man found guilty of killing a Buffalo farmer in 2017, will appear in court again Friday afternoon.
Adam Redding, the man found guilty of killing a Buffalo farmer in 2017, will appear in court again Friday afternoon.
Redding was found guilty of killing 70-year-old Carroll Ford. Ford was found stabbed to death near his farm.
A judge decided Redding was guilty of first-degree murder and armed criminal action. Redding served Carrol and his wife as a farm-hand on their property. Adam admitted to drinking before arriving to work that day.
Ford’s wite found him stabbed 30 times near their barn.