Man convicted in Oak Park shooting sentenced to 100 years in prison | Crime
MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - The first of seven men convicted in connection with a shooting at Oak Park in Montgomery has been sentenced to spend 100 years in prison.
A judge today sentenced Ladarrin McCall to 20 years in prison for each of 3 counts of assault first degree and 10 years in prison for each of four counts of assault second degree - that totals to 100 years in prison.
McCall will be eligible for parole after 85% of his sentenced is served.
McCall was the first of the seven defendants to be tried in the case. Also charged are Marvin Nikia Gaston, Thadeuss Darnell Jones, Otis Rashad Jones, Sandriquez Hall, Quintell Tarrance, and Reshaude Blue.
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