Fairbanks Man Sentenced In Ivory Jack’s Restaurant Shooting
A Fairbanks man will serve 60 years in prison after pleading guilty to second-degree murder in a shooting outside Ivory Jack’s restaurant.
26-year-old Sean Jeffers was sentenced Friday in the shooting death of 20-year-old Bryan Richardson.
Richardson was shot once in the chest while sitting in a vehicle outside the restaurant in March 2010. Jeffers’ co-defendant, David Pfalmer, has pleaded guilty to third-degree felony assault and is serving a two-year sentence.
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