BAKERSFIELD - The Bakersfield man who took a plea deal after the shooting and killing of two brothers learned his sentence Tuesday.
Stephen Michael Stewart will serve 38 years and 4 months in prison after shooting and killing Brandon and Zachary Sims in 2012.
The brothers were the sons of Vincent Sims, owners of Bad Dog Bail Bonds.
Stewart took a plea deal. He has already served 2 years of the sentence.
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