Wyoming Inmate Convicted of Murder Dies
A Wyoming inmate serving time for murder has died, according to the Wyoming Department of Corrections.
Agency spokesman Paul Martin says 69-year-year old Louis Dean Cosco died Wednesday, March 2, at the Wyoming Medium Correctional Institution in Torrington.
Cosco was convicted of second-degree murder in Sheridan County and was sentenced to 50 to 95 years in prison on Oct. 1, 1969, just two months after his 17th birthday.
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Per departmental policy, an autopsy will be conducted to determine Cosco's cause of death.
Cosco is the second Wyoming inmate to die in Torrington this week.
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