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Man responsible for shooting sentenced to 4 years

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) – A man responsible for a shooting on the Indiana State University campus will be heading to prison.

On Monday, a judge sentenced Calvin McCauley to 4 years in prison.

Last month, he pleaded guilty to battery by means of a deadly weapon.

The shooting happened on September 27 near the Lincoln Quad at ISU.

ISU Police say the shooting resulted in a game of “rolling dice”.

The shooting injured Tevin Moore. Moore was a student at ISU during the time of the incident.