Updated: Thursday, 27 Sep 2012, 8:10 AM EDT
Published : Thursday, 27 Sep 2012, 8:10 AM EDT
ANDERSON, Ind. (AP) — Two central Indiana youths convicted of murder this summer for their roles in a double-slaying have been sentenced to 150 years in prison.
Twenty-year-old Na-Son Smith and 17-year-old Jacob Fuller were sentenced Wednesday in separate hearings to the maximum allowed under Indiana law in the case.
Smith was 18 and Fuller was 15 at the time of the November 2010 killings of 25-year-old Stephen Streeter and his 24-year-old girlfriend Keya Prince. The couple was fatally shot during a robbery in Prince's Anderson home.
The Herald Bulletin reports that Madison County prosecutors have criticized Smith, Fuller and a third suspect in the slayings for lacking remorse.
Smith testified during Wednesday's hearing that he isn't remorseful because he wasn't involved in the killings.
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