Teen Pleads Guilty In Shooting That Paralyzed Girl
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MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) –- One of the teens involved in a drive-by shooting that left an innocent 12-year-old girl paralyzed in November pleaded guilty Friday and will serve 155 months in prison.
Marlon Lozano-Montano, 18, pleaded guilty to assault in the first degree for the benefit of a gang.
At the time of the shooting, Lozano-Montano, who was then 17, was in a car containing three gang members, one of which shot at a group of people as the car drove by.
The gang member missed the group, but he did hit Guadalupe Galeno Hernandez, who was standing outside a friend’s home on the 3400 block of Chicago Avenue South.
Hernandez remains paralyzed.
WCCO-TV has followed Hernandez’s health since the shooting. Some stories with more information on Hernandez can he seen here.
Lozano-Montano will be sentenced on July 15 at 1:30 p.m.