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Teen sentenced to 37 years for Perry County girl's murder

Robbie Mueller was sentenced to 37 years behind bars on Thursday. Robbie Mueller was sentenced to 37 years behind bars on Thursday.
PINCKNEYVILLE, IL (KFVS) -

A teen found guilty of murdering a Perry County girl has learned his fate.

Robbie Mueller was sentenced Thursday to 37 years in prison.

Mueller is one of three teens to be found guilty of murdering 15-year-old Sidnee Stephens in July 2010.

James Glazier was sentenced in September to 60 years in prison. Glazier's attorney has already filed an appeal.

The first teen to be convicted in this case, Carl Dane, killed himself before being transferred to prison.

Chad R. Bennett and Dakota Wall were both charged in October with first degree murder, aggravated kidnapping, home invasion, residential burglary and kidnapping in connection to the case.

Stay with Heartland News and kfvs12.com for updates on this continuing case.

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