PROVO, Utah (AP) — A 19-year-old Utah man has been sentenced to up to life in prison for his role in a botched robbery that left a man dead at a home in Provo in March.
Brayden Marshall pleaded guilty in November to manslaughter and aggravated burglary in the fatal shooting of Gustavo Ramirez.
The (Provo) Daily Herald reports he was sentenced in Fourth District Court Wednesday to one to 15 years for the manslaughter charge and five years to life on the burglary charge. He’ll be allowed to serve the two terms simultaneously.
Three other people arrested in the case have admitted their guilt in plea bargain arrangements.
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The man accused of actually shooting Ramirez, Jesse Gourdin, has been charged with capital murder. A motions hearing on his case is set for Jan. 10.
Information from: The Daily Herald, http://www.heraldextra.com