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UTAH STATE PRISON -- A man convicted of killing another man during a confrontation outside a Midvale convenience store will be paroled next week.
The Utah Board of Pardons and Parole said Troy Phil Cabibi, 27, will be released from prison on Tuesday after serving time for manslaughter.
Cabibi was convicted of shooting and killing Arcides Saldigan, 21, in the parking lot of a Maverik convenience store back in 1998.
During a parole hearing in 2006, Cabibi claimed that he had already been drinking and done methamphetamine when he claimed he was taunted by a group of people, pulled out a gun and fired a shot.
As terms of his release, Cabibi was ordered to wear an electronic monitoring bracelet, abide by a curfew directed by his parole officer, have no association with any gang members and complete substance abuse treatment.