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Rochester man given maximum sentence after shooting

Rochester, N.Y. A Rochester man has been given the maximum sentence of 32 years to life after he killed one person and assaulted another.

21-year-old Michael Williams went to a park on Bauer Street in Rochester to purchase marijuana on January 5 of last year. During the sale, Williams and 15-year-old accomplice tried to rob Alexander Marquez and Christian Ramos. Marquez was shot twice in the back and died from his injured. Ramos was shot in the leg and shoulder.

Williams was arrested in Steuben County a few days after the accident. In November of 2013, Williams was found guilty of two counts of murder in the second degree, one count of assault in the second degree, and criminal possession of a weapon in the second degree.

 
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