Goshen man gets 25 years for fatal shooting

A Goshen man was sentenced to 25 years in prison for his role in a deadly shooting earlier in 2012, according to reporting partners at the Elkhart Truth.

William Terry, 25, pleaded guilty in June to conspiring to commit murder in connection with the death of John Staub.

A charge of criminal gang involvement was dropped as part of the plea agreement.

Staub was shot and killed back in march after a fight near River and Chicago Avenues turned deadly. Three others were injured.

Earlier this week, another defendant, Elisa Horton, 22, was sentenced to four years in prison for her role in the incident, after she pleaded guilty to assisting a criminal.

Dustin Saylor, 22, also admitted to assisting a criminal and will be sentenced later in July.

And Daniel Heflin, 21, has been charged with murder, attempted murder, and conspiracy to commit murder. His trial is set for august 20, 2012.

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