Ihander Resentenced for Second-Degree Murder Conviction
04/05/2019- A new sentence is handed down for the Menominee County man convicted of a 2015 murder. The Michigan Court of Appeals ruled earlier this year Gregory Ihander would be resentenced because of an error in a court report following his 2017 conviction of second-degree murder in the stabbing death of Jolene Eichorn. Thursday, Ihander was sentenced to 31 to 50 years in prison. His original sentence was for 40 to 50 years. Ihander is serving his time at a prison in Saginaw.