The fourth defendant in the drug-related shooting incident of a classmate in Pennsylvania claimed he was not the same person he was three years ago.
Last Defendant in Fatal Shooting a Classmate in 2020 Claims He Has Matured After Spending Over Three Years in Jail
According to AP News, the defendant was the last one to receive a sentence among other suspects who cost the life of their classmate, Devon Pfirsching, after planning to rob his money and marijuana, which led to his tragic death.
Aside from the defendant, the two other suspects already pleaded guilty to murdering their classmate, wherein Owen Southerland was sentenced to up to life in prison, Logan Persing was sentenced to up to 34 years, and another individual who was charged with providing them with the gun was sentenced to up to 20 years.
Fourth Defendant Sentenced to Up to 30 Years in Prison After His Involvement in Classmate’s Death in 2020
Following the conviction of the fourth defendant, his attorney claimed that he did not want to face the victim’s family because he did not know how to express his condolences and regrets.
The fourth defendant was sentenced to up to 30 years in prison after pleading guilty to his involvement in his classmate’s death more than three years ago.