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1996 killer of Roswell millionaire out of prison

Dionn Baugh spent 10 years in prison for the voluntary manslaughter of Roswell millionaire Lance Herndon

By Nedra Rhone
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

ATLANTA — After a high-profile killing, an overturned life sentence and nearly a decade as fodder for news outlets nationwide, Dionne Baugh is a free woman.

Baugh, 44, spent 10 years in prison for the voluntary manslaughter of Roswell millionaire Lance Herndon. She was released in July and is currently serving a 10-year probation, said Kristen Stancil, a spokeswoman for the Georgia Department of Corrections.

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