Man Sentenced to 25 Years in Randallstown Murder
Reginald Frederick was convicted in July. Another man charged in the case was found not guilty last week.
A Randallstown man found guilty in July for his role in a Randallstown shooting will spend 25 years in prison, a Baltimore County Circuit Court judge ruled Wednesday.
Judge John J. Nagle III sentenced Reginald Frederick to life in prison, with all but 25 years suspended, followed by three years probation, assistant state's attorney Kate Sampson said in an email.
Frederick, of the 3900 block of Nemo Road in Randallstown, was convicted of first-degree murder, attempted robbery and conspiracy to commit robbery related to the March 2011 shooting death of Willie Jackson, 19, of Milford Mill in a botched attempted drug robbery.
The other man charged in the case, Sterling Lewis, was found not guilty last week of first-degree murder and other counts in Jackson's death. He had been alleged to have fired the shots that killed Jackson.