INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - One of five suspects connected to the January 2008 Hovey Street murders will serve 10 years behind bars, a judge ruled Wednesday.
Tommy C. Warren pleaded guilty in October to one count of conspiracy to commit robbery, a Class B felony. A judge sentenced him Wednesday to 12 years, of which he'll spend two on work release.
Ronald Davis was sentenced on Nov. 10 to 245 years for admitting to murdering the two women and their babies on Hovey Street in early 2008. Davis had pleaded guilty in September to four counts of murder.
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