Eron Michael Spivey of Grand Prairie was given a life sentence Tuesday in the beating death of a 2-yaer-old boy.
Eron Michael Spivey of Grand Prairie was given a life sentence Tuesday in the beating death of a 2-yaer-old boy. McClatchy Co. File photo
Eron Michael Spivey of Grand Prairie was given a life sentence Tuesday in the beating death of a 2-yaer-old boy. McClatchy Co. File photo

Grand Prairie man sentenced to life in prison in death of 2-year-old

July 25, 2017 09:09 PM

UPDATED July 26, 2017 06:21 PM

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