Second suspect in mall shooting pleads to lesser charges | News
BATON ROUGE, LA (AP)- The second
suspect has admitted his involvement shooting outside the Mall of Louisiana
that injured two teenagers.
18, of Baker pleaded guilty Wednesday to two counts of accessory after the fact
to attempted first-degree murder. He was sentenced to two years in prison and
five years of probation once released. He was originally charged with two
counts of attempted first-degree murder.
Williams, 18, of Baton Rouge pleaded guilty last month to two counts of
attempted first-degree murder and was sentenced to 20 years in prison.
told state District Judge Trudy White that Burrell supplied the gun that
Williams used to shoot into a crowd outside the mall on Jan. 7, 2012. Two high
school students were wounded.
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