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Second Man Behind 2012 Best Buy Shooting Sentenced to 40 Years

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A second man behind a shooting at a Tulsa Best Buy in 2012 plead guilty Tuesday morning.

Both sides in Jeremy Foster's case returned to court where he plead guilty to first degree murder charges.

KTUL reports that Foster will serve a total of 40 years behind bars. Detectives previously stated that Foster was the getaway driver in the shooting.

Parole for Foster may be considered after serving 30 years of his sentence.

Earlier this week a Tulsa judge formally sentenced Willie Wise, the second person behind the shooting that left two men dead. Wise will serve two life sentences for his part.

Authorities previously said that shots were fired from the parking lot. One bullet hit Norman in the parking lot and another struck Brown inside the store.

Police said 34-year-old Norman was the intended target. Brown was an innocent bystander.


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