Jason Will sentenced to 7 years in toddler's manslaughter
Jason Will has been sentenced to seven years for the manslaughter death of 18-month-old Raime Myers, the son of his fiancee at the time.
Earlier in August, Will was convicted of the little boy's death.
The boy's mother, Jessica Myers, didn't not say anything following the sentencing. Her grandmother Betty Sproule spoke on the family's behalf.
"We believe there's no doubt now. There can be no doubt in anyone's mind what happened," said Sproule.
"I don't know what justice is. I don't know if I have justice or vengeance in my heart at this point, so I have to leave it to the courts," said Sproule.
But Will's uncle Burnie Price says they will seek an appeal.
"My nephew could not hurt Raime or anybody else," said Price.
"They say he did not show remorse. It's because he was not guilty. He did not do this."
After he was sentenced, Will was handcuffed and taken from the court room.
"Our best moment was seeing him led away in handcuffs," said Sproule
Edited by CJME's Karen Brownlee.