Jason Scott Day, a Jones man reportedly convicted of killing his infant daughter in 2009 was sentenced Friday to life in prison with the possibility of parole. Jason Scott Day, was reportedly convicted Dec. 16 of first-degree murder in the shaking death of the 5-month-old girl.
Day, who reportedly did not speak during sentencing, will be eligible for parole in 38.3 years, prosecutors said. He was reportedly ordered to pay $1,800 to cover funeral expenses for the girl and counseling for her two siblings
Natalie Emami died at Integris Baptist Medical Center on Feb. 5, 2009, two days after suffering injuries from being shaken, police said. A doctor at the hospital reportedly told police the girl's injuries were the result of child abuse.
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