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KCK man sentenced after armed carjacking

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Prosecutors say Stephen Bagley was sentenced Tuesday for carjacking. (Wyandotte County Jail) Prosecutors say Stephen Bagley was sentenced Tuesday for carjacking. (Wyandotte County Jail)
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A 27-year-old Kansas City, KS man was sentenced to nearly 13 years in federal prison for an armed carjacking that ended with the victim's dog dying in a wreck.

Prosecutors say Stephen Bagley was sentenced Tuesday for carjacking.

The Kansas City Star reports prosecutors say in June 2014 Bagley pulled a gun at a convenience store, demanded a woman give up her vehicle and sped away with a dog named Mister in the car.

The car wrecked a few minutes later. Police found Mister dead inside the vehicle and recovered a spent .40-caliber shell casing. The dog's body was not examined to determine how he died.

Bagley was released from prison a few months before the carjacking after serving time for being a felon in possession of a firearm.

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