Born into a drug-addicted family, Justin Goldsby spent much of his life in foster homes. He was placed into ten different homes before he was able to live with his own family. His mother later became a drug addict and took him to prison, where he remained until he was twenty-two. He later transferred to a rehabilitation center known as Airway Heights.
The killer of Justin Munger, Justin Goldsby, has a long history of violent behavior. As a child, Goldsby was abused by his drug-addicted mother. He was placed in foster homes for a number of years. Later on, he was adopted by a family. After his adoption, he reconnected with his mother and began to use drugs. This is thought to have contributed to his recent crimes. In December 2018, Goldsby was found guilty of murdering Munger. In addition to being sentenced to 25 years in prison, he was ordered to pay restitution to the family of the victim.
At the sentencing hearing, Goldsby apologized for the crimes he committed. In a statement read by his lawyer, he said he was a victim of abuse when he was a child. He was put into several foster homes and later reunited with his mother. However, the relationship did not last. He raped another boy during his teenage years. He was transferred to an intensive management unit and then transferred to the Airway Heights Correctional Center, where he has spent nearly three years.
A Washington State prison policy states that inmates cannot share cells. But Goldsby and Munger had a history of violent behavior and fought each other in their cells. Their cellmates were not properly screened, which may have led to their violent relationship. The two men knew each other through the Washington Department of Corrections.
Despite the fact that the two men were incarcerated together, Munger and Goldsby had been fighting for months. Goldsby was unaware of Munger’s rape. During the trial, Goldsby tried to read his prepared statement, but his attorney interrupted him before he finished. Afterward, Goldsby apologized to the family and claimed that he had grown up in a dysfunctional home and became addicted to drugs.
Goldsby’s family says his crime is not related to Munger’s death. But both suspects have a long criminal history, and both have been convicted of numerous violent crimes. Goldsby is currently serving his time in a juvenile facility, and is scheduled to be transferred to an adult prison in June. In the past, Goldsby had been convicted of multiple violent crimes, and his most recent conviction was related to drug use. His family says Goldsby has apologized and offered to pay restitution to the victim’s family.
Goldsby’s childhood was a traumatic experience. His drug-addicted mother left him in 10 foster homes. After his adoption, he reconnected with his mother, but continued using drugs. Goldsby’s drug abuse led to several crimes. He was sentenced to 25 years in prison and must pay restitution to the Munger family.
Goldsby’s sentence has been reduced. He is scheduled to be transferred to Airway Heights Correctional Center in June 2020. His family maintains that Goldsby is innocent of the murder of Michael Munger. Their family also notes that Goldsby was jailed for over three years, and was already in a coma after the joyride incident. In addition to the prison sentence, he must also pay restitution to the family of Justin Munger.
Goldsby spent many years in foster care in Washington. His violent behavior eventually led to multiple charges, including rape and murder. Goldsby was sentenced to 25 years in prison, but the sentence was reduced to two-and-a-half years after he completed an inmate reform program. He must also pay restitution to the Munger family, but the exact amount of restitution is unknown.
Goldsby pleaded guilty to second-degree murder. He was sentenced to 298 months in prison, which equates to 25 years. After being sentenced, Goldsby apologized to the family and said he regrets his actions. The death of Justin Munger shook the world, but it has left many people asking questions.
Goldsby was born to a drug-addicted mother. He was in and out of foster care many times. He once was convicted of rape and sexual assault. After being adopted by his family, his mother reconnected with him, but he continued using drugs. He eventually was sentenced to over three years in prison and later returned to the streets to use drugs.