Man Faces 100 Years in Prison for Shooting that Injured Four People


>>Lancaster Man Faces 100 Years in Prison for Shooting that Injured Four People

(Lancaster, PA) -- A Lancaster County man has been convicted of attempted voluntary manslaughter and other charges related to a shooting that injured four people last year. Prosecutors said 21-year-old Mark Ivie Jr. opened fire at a group of men after an fight at his Ephrata home in July of last year. Investigators said Ivie fired 14 rounds at the group of men. Four of them were hit, and two bullets went into nearby homes. Sentencing is scheduled for December. Ivie could face more than 100 years in prison.


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