The brother of a man convicted of killing five members of his ex-wife's family in their Logan County home was sentenced to 20 years in prison for concealing the crime. Jason Harris agreed to testify against his brother, Christopher Harris. In exchange he was charged with concealment of a homicide, delivery of cocaine and obstruction of justice. Christopher Harris in May was convicted in the September 2009 killings of 46-year-old Raymond Gee, his 39-year-old wife and three children. He was sentenced to life in prison. Jason Harris testified he saw his brother kill Dillen Constant with a tire iron, and that his sibling admitted killing the rest of the family. Jason Harris, sentenced yesterday, will get credit for the four years he was in custody after his arrest in 2009.
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