A man who pleaded guilty to a Topeka murder will spend six years behind bars.
Seventeen-year-old Terrell Hayes-Osby pleaded guilty to reckless second degree murder for the July 2006 shooting death of 21-year-old Trever Harness.
As part of a plea deal Hayes-Osby testified against Antwan Peppers, who was found guilty last week of shooting Hays-Osby and killing Jermaine Cunningham outside Terry's bar downtown 12 hours after Harness was killed.
Pursuant to the plea agreement, Hayes Osby was sentenced Thursday to 75 months in prison with another year concurrently for felony theft.
The judge will also recommend he be housed out of state.
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