MOUNT VERNON, Wash. (AP) — A man who has been convicted four times of killing a man in 2005 was sentenced on Tuesday. He said he plans to appeal, again. Terrance Jon Irby was sentenced to 32 years, four months in prison for killing James Rock, who was found stabbed and bludgeoned at his home in 2005. Irby was arrested in Marysville after fleeing a traffic stop. He was found with guns belonging to Rock. Irby’s prior three convictions were overturned by the state Court of Appeals on procedural grounds.