South Bend man sentenced after shooting in 2011

South Bend, Ind. A 29-year-old-man will likely spend the rest of his life in prison for his role in a deadly South Bend shooting.

Freemond Jordan was sentenced Tuesday to 60 years for murder, and 20 years for attempted robbery. A jury found him guilty last month for the death of Dietrich Perkins in November 2011.

Perkins was driving Jordan's car when the shooting happened. Perkins body was later found next to a dumpster on Lathrop and Johnson Streets.

19-year-old Forest Lamar Jr. and 28-year-old Bryant Hunt were also sentenced to prison time for participating in the crime.


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