Suspect In NCSU Tailgate Shooting Sentenced For Different Crime
Posted February 15, 2005
RALEIGH, N.C. — One of the men charged in a deadly shooting at an North Carolina State tailgate party is going to prison for another crime.
A judge sentenced Timothy Johnson to almost 14 years for a violent home invasion in Raleigh last year. Johnson pleaded guilty to the crime last week.
Timothy Johnson's brother, Tony, is also charged in connection with the home invasion.
Neither has gone to trial for the tailgate shootings, which left two people dead.