Sentencing set for man convicted in deadly Kansas shooting

A 26-year-old Missouri man is set to be sentenced after pleading no contest to charges linked to a man's murder and the wounding of the victim's father.

Courtroom gavel (KSN File Photo)

KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) – A Kansas City, Missouri, man faces sentencing later this month after pleading no contest to charges linked to a man’s shooting death and the wounding of that victim’s father.

Twenty-six-year-old Antonio McGee entered the plea Thursday in Kansas’ Wyandotte County to counts of second-degree murder and felony aggravated battery. A judge then found McGee guilty of both counts.

The charges stem from the March 2015 shooting death of 21-year-old Len Mitchell Jr. and the wounding of Len Mitchell Sr. during a gathering of their friends at a Kansas City, Kansas, home.

Sentencing is scheduled for May 20.

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