Man Gets 20 Years In Fatal Drive-By Shooting

SALISBURY, Md. (AP) — A 19-year-old man has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for a fatal drive-by shooting.

Brooks Lamar Seldon of Salisbury was sentenced Friday in Wicomico County Circuit Court. He had been convicted of
second-degree murder in the death of Troy William Wilson, 25, in July.

Another man who pleaded guilty to second-degree attempted murder in the case will be sentenced in May. A third man is awaiting trial.

(Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

  • Bernard Mc Kernan

    Twenty years? He’ll be out in ten. Murder & he get’s that time? What has he got pictures of the judge with a rubber duck in his bath tub?

    • JIM


  • Baltimorebob

    Yes jim very true so my tax $$$$are going ti keep this guy feed a roof over his head and medical care and the other person in this crime gets a perment dirt nap hum something does not seem right I say u guilty u kill u die u rape ur privets are cut off at your exp and u steal u lose a hand you commet a crime you do the time and then thats it dam how about some justic four the vict

  • RavenLude

    justice in maryland, what a concept!
    this is a pathetic state, especially when it comes to putting violent offenders away. this guy will be out in 15 years or less. he’ll be 35 or younger and ready to go right back into the drug trade and/or committing violent robberies. when he does commit another violent crime, the judge should be held accountable. no wait judge’s are above all penalties……they make $200k or more and go to the same country clubs/golf courses as the pathetic politicians in this state. welcome to maryland. texas would have sentenced him to death and killed the loser in 10 years.

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