October 1, 2014
The teen accused of shooting two fellow students at Pine Middle School was sentenced today.
The 14 year old, who pleaded guilty, will have to serve house arrest until he completes 200 hours of community service.
Court officials say he will be electronically monitored 24 hours a day.
They also ordered all weapons to be removed from his parents' Reno home and for him to continue counseling.
If there is any trouble, the judge says she will order him to be transferred to a state juvenile facility, as encouraged by prosecutors.
Two students received minor injuries during the shooting, and were treated and released the same day.
Police say Newman fired three rounds from a .38-caliber pistol taken from his parents' closet.
Prosecutors have appealed the decision.
The 14-year old could start serving his sentece at home by next week.
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