Sandusky man gets 23 years for attempted murder
Oct 6, 2012 at 1:58 PM
Last week, after an Erie County jury found Demetrius Keahey guilty of attempted murder and felonious assault, a judge sentenced him to 23 years in prison.
Keahey now sits in the Erie County jail, awaiting transfer to a state prison.
It won’t be his first trip — he has served prior stints on drug charges.
Sandusky police arrested Keahey last year, following a June 20, 2011, shooting in the East Oldgate Road neighborhood.
He opened fire in broad daylight on 30-year-old Prince Hampton, shooting him once in the elbow and once in the leg.
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