Man pleads guilty in death of Kansas State Fair worker

Sem Adrien (KSN File Photo)

HUTCHINSON, Kansas (AP) – A Hutchinson man pleaded guilty to the shooting death of a Kansas State Fair worker.

Michael Brisco on Wednesday pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter in the September 2013 death of Sem Adrien of Chicago. Brisco was originally charged with alternate counts of first- and second-degree murder and four other charges.

The Hutchinson News reports attorneys will recommend Brisco get a cumulative sentence of 15 years in prison.

Adrein went to Brisco’s home to get a haircut. Testimony at a preliminary hearing indicated Brisco became angry and a fight started inside the home but Adrein was shot outside the home. None of the people inside the home called police. A passerby who saw Adrein’s body alerted authorities.

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