INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - An 18-year-old who police said fired gunshots into a crowd at the 2010 Indiana Black Expo in Indianapolis will serve eight years in prison.
A Marion County judge sentenced Shamus Patton on Wednesday to eight years in prison, two years in community corrections and two years on probation. The sentence was part of a plea agreement .
Patton pleaded guilty on July 13 to aggravated battery, seven counts of battery, two counts of criminal recklessness, dangerous possession of a firearm and criminal gang activity.
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