According to NBC4i, one of two suspects allegedly involved in a March 3 shootout at the Polaris Fashion Place was found guilty and sentenced Monday.
Levon Sommerville was found guilty of felonious assault, inducing panic, and having weapons while under disability during a bench trial. He was sentenced to between 13 and 17 years in prison.
Court documents state Sommerville and Anthony Truss Jr. exchanged gunfire inside the shopping plaza on March 3.
n addition to the prison sentence, Sommerville will be subject to three years of post-release control once he is released from prison.
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Man guilty of Polaris mall shooting sentenced to up to 17 years in prison was originally published on mycolumbusmagic.com