Perjury sentence

A former Constantine reserve police officer is headed to prison for lying to investigators probing the November 2007 slaying of an 11-year-old southwest Michigan girl. 47-year old Raymond McCann of Constantine was sentenced in a St. Joseph County court to 20 months 20 years in prison after pleading no contest last month to one count of perjury. McCann was arrested in April 2014, two years after he gave conflicting sworn testimony during prosecutor’s subpoena questioning related to the disappearance and murder of Jodi Parrack. The fifth-grader at Riverside Elementary School in Constantine was found dead in the Constantine Township Cemetery. McCann is a former friend of Parrack’s family and has not been charged with what has been declared homicide by asphyxiation. However, Prosecutor John McDonough said McCann remains a person of interest in the case.  (MRN)

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