Man Accused of Killing Former FWC Officer Learns Fate

PANAMA CITY, Fla. - A man accused of killing a retired Florida Fish and Wildlife officer pleads no contest and learns his fate.
 
Dillon Scott Rafsky is accused of beating, binding, and executing 66-year-old James Shores in April of 2014. Investigators say Rafsky, of Enterprise, and 24-year-old Zachary Taylor wood of Glenwood, Alabama were trespassing on Shore's property when they killed him. 
 
Rafsky was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole for the murder charge and one hundred years in prison for each of the two other charges, burglary and robbery with a firearm. 

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