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Zephyrhills teen sentenced to three years in prison for shooting

DADE CITY — A Zephyrhills teenager who shot and injured a Dade City man earlier this year was sentenced three years in prison as part of a plea deal.

Kiyondre Redfield initially was charged with attempted murder and carrying a concealed firearm after he and two others approached David Hernandez, 21, behind a Dade City home in March. Then 16, he was arrested as a juvenile, but prosecutors charged him as an adult.

Redfield fired, authorities said, and Hernandez was struck in the abdomen, buttocks and left leg.

As part of the agreement with prosecutors, Redfield pleaded guilty to the weapons charge as well as a reduced charge of aggravated assault.

Circuit Judge Pat Siracusa handed down sentence this week.

Zephyrhills teen sentenced to three years in prison for shooting 12/06/13 [Last modified: Friday, December 6, 2013 1:52pm]
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