Teen sentenced to 7-9 years in prison for March Springdale Ave. shooting
TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) - A Toledo teen pleaded guilty on Aug. 24 to charges related to a shooting on Springdale Ave. The court accepted the guilty plea and he was sentenced to 7-9 years in prison.
Jajuan Hooker entered the guilty verdict to a second-degree felonious assault charge. He was originally indicted by a Lucas County grand jury of attempted murder, aggravated robbery and felonious assault.
According to Toledo Police Department’s record, Hooker shot a 30-year-old man at home in the 5300 block of Springdale on March 22, 2023. According to TPD, witnesses told officers that the shooter was their brother and that he fled the scene before police arrived.
According to court documents, Hooker was sentenced to four years with an additional mandatory consecutive term of three years for “firearm specifications.” Court records show the maximum amount of time Hooker could be imprisoned for the felonious assault charge is nine years.
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