Man Sentenced to 20-40 Years for Third Degree Murder in Chester County

Man Sentenced to 20-40 Years for Third Degree Murder in Chester CountyDominic Poulson (Chester County District Attorney Office)

WEST CHESTER, PAChester County Court Judge Allison Royer yesterday sentenced defendant Dominic Poulson to 20-40 years in state prison for the murder of Victor Wilson.

Poulson was also sentenced to 2-4 years in state prison for Carrying a Firearm Without a License.

The defendant was convicted by a jury on March 13, 2020, for Mr. Wilson’s murder.

On September 30, 2017, the defendant got into a verbal dispute with the victim at the Malibu Club in South Coatesville.

After some shoving during the argument, the defendant pulled a firearm and shot the victim multiple times, causing his death.

The case was investigated by Chester County Detectives Jerry Davis and Keith Cowdright, and prosecuted by D.D.A. Carlos Barraza and A.D.A. Alexis Shaw.

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