A 57-year old Bay Area male who was convicted of killing his wife and injuring his step-daughter back in November of 2018 during a shooting incident was sentenced Friday, Feb. 26, to 300-months in prison by Coos Co. Judge Martin Stone at the Courthouse in Coquille. According to a news release from District Attorney R. Paul Frasier, Glen Frank Mason IV was sentenced to 120-months for the death of Leslie Mason, and 90-months for the attempted murder of Lindsay Pease. He is not eligible for any early release and must serve every day of his sentences. Mason also received an additional 30-months in prison for Unlawful Use of a Weapon pertaining to Jarold Paultz, an individual Mason shot at when he fled the scene, and another 60-months for shooting at Robert Marshall while fleeing the scene. Another charge of Recklessly Endangering Another Person, “pertaining to one of the shots fired by Mr. Mason as he was fleeing the scene striking a nearby residence and passing through an occupied room (no one was injured), the defendant was sentenced to 364-days in the Coos Co. Jail.” The five sentences will be served consecutively.