Sentencing for Tyler Webster moved to July 9
The sentencing of Tyler James Webster, who was convicted in April of murdering Buddy Lee Frisbie, has been postponed to July 9.
Webster, 33, of Fairfield, was found guilty of shooting Frisbie, 32, on Aug. 25, 2012, while Frisbie was in a camper at 2469 Marigold Blvd. about three miles south of Fairfield.
Webster faces a 50-year sentence in prison. He would have to serve at least 70 percent of his sentence, 35 years, before he is eligible for parole.
The state sought a conviction for first-degree murder but obtained a conviction for second-degree murder.