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‘The law is wrong’: Teen goes on rampage killing 3 in suburban Dallas after getting drunk
A man convicted of shooting five people and injuring at least 12 in a rampage after driving drunk in Dallas was given a sentence of 6 years in prison Wednesday for his crime더킹카지노, prosecutors said.
Andre Lee Johnson, 44, of Mockingbird Lane, was convicted of the first-degree murder of his girlfriend’s pet snake.
Police said two people in the parking lot of an apartment complex on South Martin Luther King Boulevard were wounded when the suspect drove a rental car he rented and shot three people near the parking lot. Johnson and two of the others had their feet in the air when the shooting began. They were hit twice by bullets.
Police say Johnson then drove to the apartment complex, where he shot and killed a pregnant woman and injured two others. He then drove off and shot and killed a woman while she was still in her car. Johnson is alleged to have killed his girlfriend in the parking lot of a rental apartment complex on South Martin Luther King Boulevard.
Police say Johnson then shot three more people in the parking lot of the apartment complex while driving in a parking lot that was off-limits to cars, according to the Dallas Morning News.
Johnson was found with a handgun next to the remains of a shotgun the night before the shooting.
Court documents say Johnson told investigators before the shooting that he intended to shoot at police officers, but that this was a “lone wolf” attack in the belief “the law is against him.”
Johnson’s defense attorney, Robert Zolowic, asked for his sentence to b더킹카지노e reduced because of the “horrendous acts” he had committed.
Johnson had been sentenced to 18 years in prison for murder in the 2000 case. He was also sentenced to eight years for assaulting a police officer우리카지노 in 2003.
KFRE has learned that a second woman and a third man are still in critical condition after being shot during the shooting rampage.
Johnson was being held on $15 million bail Wednesday.
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