Thursday, March 08, 2007

Teens Who Shot at AZ Fiji House Get Sentenced

Drive-by At Frat House Brings Prison Term
from The Frat Boy News
as reported by the Tucson Citizen

A Tucson teenager was sentenced to more than 20 years in prison Monday in a drive-by shooting at a University of Arizona fraternity house.
Pima County Superior Court Judge Gus Aragon sentenced William Edward Morgan, 17, to 10 1/2 years for a drive-by shooting, 7 1/2 years for aggravated assault and 2.25 years for endangerment.
Morgan must serve all sentences consecutively, Aragon said.
Morgan and Robert William Ramos, 19, of Tucson, were arrested in the September shooting outside the Phi Delta Gamma fraternity house, 1801 E. First St.
An 18-year-old woman was wounded, police said.
Ramos pleaded guilty Monday to aggravated assault causing serious physical injury. Aragon will sentence Ramos on April 4. Under terms of Ramos' plea, probation is not available.