Man Found Guilty of 2019 Evansville Shooting Sentenced to 43 Years in Prison

A 38-year-old Evansville man was sentenced to 43 years in prison on Monday after a 2019 shooting incident.

Posted: Dec 7, 2020 3:49 PM

38-year-old Keymo Johnson of Evansville was sentenced to 43 years in prison on Monday for a shooting incident that occurred back in October 2019.

The shooting took place outside of American Legion Post 354 on Chestnut Street, where officials say multiple people were injured.

Prior to his sentencing, Johnson was found guilty of multiple charges in November, including Attempted Voluntary Manslaughter, Aggravated Battery, Unlawful poss. of a firearm by a Serious Violent Felon, and Battery by means of a deadly weapon. 

Following his guilty verdict, Johnson also admitted to a Habitual Offender Enhancement, Firearm Enhancement, and Serious Violent Felon Enhancement.

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