June 6 2010 – Doug Grant was sentenced to 5 years in prison. Grant was sentenced for his conviction on manslaughter of his wife Faylene Grant. Grant is expected to serve around 4 years in prison before becoming eligible for parole.
Nov 1 2009 -
Jenna Grant claimed that her mother, Faylene Grant, was murdered by her stepfather, Doug Grant. Doug Grant remarried a new wife, Hilary Grant, after Faylene’s death.
Jim McElyea was Doug Grant’s friend who heard him confess to killing his deceased wife Faylene. McElyea got into trouble with the law when he was accused of using extortion on a person. McElyea agreed to be an informer and tape Grant’s admission to the killing, in exchange for something for himself.
Faylene Grant had a fall and was taking painkillers and a muscle relaxant. Ms Grant was discovered unresponsive in a bathtub. Did she drown herself in the tub or did she fall asleep because she had a large dose of Ambien?
Doug Grant claimed he was asleep when Faylene was in the bathroom. By the time he woke up to check on her. She was already unconscious in the tub. Doug Grant called for help from his doctor but not 911. Mr Grant has been accused of purposeful stalling.
Faylene Grant was revived at the hospital but she couldn’t survive.
Afterwards, Faylene’s diary was read and although she often wrote about suicide, her daughter and sister refused to believe she committed suicide. The prosecution claimed Mr Grant used organized religion to influence Faylene and persuade her that God was telling her the message about death.
Doug Grant was arrested, and tried on trial for murder and manslaughter. Grant was convicted only on the manslaughter charge. Grant was sentenced to 5 years in prison and may have to serve three years before he gets released on good behavior.
April 4 2009 – Doug Grant, 43, was been convicted guilty of manslaughter. Grant was convicted of killing his wife, Faylene Grant, 35, in 2001.
Faylene Grant was unconscious but alive when her husband Grant said he found her in the bathtub on September 27, 2001. Grant called Chad White, a physician’s assistant. White called emergency services. White went over to Grant’s home but failed to revive Faylene. When emergency services arrived, they too could not save Faylene Grant.
There is along and complicated story about Doug Grant and his relationship with Hilary Dewitt,a girlfriend he wanted to propose to before he remarried Faylene for the second time. The story is at the link below.
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