After 16 years behind bars, Glen Paul Cook, 66, enjoyed only two days of freedom before allegedly breaking his probation.
Sherry and his wife were murdered in their Biloxi home in 1987 in a murder for hire plot that involved hundreds of thousands of dollars in missing funds from a prison-based scam.
In all, a half a dozen men, including former Biloxi Mayor Pete Halat, were found guilty and sent to prison for their parts in the conspiracy. Cook admitted delivering $20,000 to a Texas hitman for killing the couple.He eventually pleaded guilty to witness intimidation. After serving 16 years, Cook was placed under five years supervision.