Third person sentenced in Good Samaritan shooting
LOUISIANA (NBC33) — The third man involved in the shooting of Good Samaritan Charlie Cangelosi was sentenced to 17 years in prison.
Leroy Molden is getting 12 years behind bars for Attempted First-Degree Murder and five years for Possession of a Firearm as Part of a Criminal Street Gang.
Jonathan Murray and Leslie Harris were sentenced yesterday for 30 and 35 years respectively for their roles in the shooting .
Cangelosi was trying to protect a pregnant woman from the three when he was shot. He has recovered from his injuries.