ST. LOUIS (AP) – A St. Louis man has been sentenced to seven years in jail for a deadly taking pictures as a part of a plea deal.
The St. Louis Publish-Dispatch experiences that the sentence was ordered Monday for 28-year-old Terrence Robinson. He was initially charged with first-degree homicide within the demise of 34-year-old Raymond Neal. However he pleaded responsible to a lowered cost of involuntary manslaughter and armed prison motion.
Authorities say Robinson shot Neal 3 times after he attacked Robinson’s buddy, Naesean Thompson. Police say Thompson was promoting medication in entrance of a comfort retailer and pulled a gun throughout the wrestle with Neal, an unarmed drug purchaser.
Thompson, who’s 29, is scheduled to go on trial subsequent month on prices of first-degree homicide and armed prison motion.
Info from: St. Louis Publish-Dispatch, http://www.stltoday.com
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