LAS VEGAS (AP) - A man who pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter with use of a deadly weapon in the death of a high
school freshman has been sentenced to a minimum of eight years in
Ezekiel Williams was sentenced last week. The 20-year-old had also pleaded guilty in June to one count of accessory to murder.
Christopher Privett, 15, a Palo Verde High School freshman, was killed in a drive-by shooting in February 2008 as he was walking home from school. Williams was accused of driving the car from which shots were fired.
In July, Gerald Davison, 17, pleaded guilty to first-degree murder with a deadly weapon and attempted murder in the case. Davison was accused of shooting from the car into the crowd of people after gang symbols were flashed.
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