MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A third man involved in a shooting at a Brooklyn Center Walmart last year was sentenced to probation and one year in a county work house.
Treshaun Brian Mason, 24, pleaded guilty to second-degree assault in the September 2016 incident.READ MORE: U Of M Campus Alert: Person Shot In Leg In Cedar-Riverside Neighborhood
According to the criminal complaint, the shooting stemmed from a fight between two rival gangs at the store. Two other men — Jamie Maurice Thompson and Richard Larve Taylor — were charged in the shooting and sentenced to more five and six years in prison, respectively.READ MORE: Vikings Designate DT Michael Pierce To Return To Practice
Prosecutors say Hennepin County Judge Kathryn Quaintance told Mason she was giving him a break in the sentencing because he finished high school, had attended college and didn’t appear to have addiction issues.MORE NEWS: Kim Potter Trial, Dec. 1 Live Updates: 4 More Jurors Seated, For 8 Total
“Make the most of it,” prosecutors say she told Mason in court.