HUTCHINSON, Kan. - The man convicted of murdering a Hutchinson mother has been sentenced to more than 70 years in prison. Charles Christopher Logsdon was given the maximum sentence Friday afternoon, on all counts including first degree murder for the 2011 death of Jennifer Heckel. In all, he was sentenced to 73 years in prison.
Police had said Logsdon and another man went to the wrong house while trying to collect on a drug debt, and shot her several times. A jury found Logsdon guilty last month. His co-defendant, Billy Joe Craig, is still awaiting trial.