Man Sentenced 12 Years For Macomb Mass Shooting


A man who pleaded guilty to a mass shooting last March near Western Illinois University in Macomb is going to prison.  Demond Wilson, Junior was sentenced yesterday to 12 years in a McDonough County courtroom.  He previously entered a guilty plea to first-degree murder and aggravated discharge of a firearm in October.  One person was killed and ten people were wounded after shots were fired at an off-campus house party on March 27th. 

***Courtesy of Total Traffic News***

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