Max Lamadrid back in court for sentencing today - Tucson News Now

Max Lamadrid back in court for sentencing today

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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

In just a few hours the man who faced three trials for a deadly Tucson shooting will be back in court.

Max Lamadrid was found not guilty of killing a teenager in 2001, but will be sentenced for another crime today.

He was found not guilty less than a month ago; it was actually his third trial, the other two ended in hung juries.

Lamadrid was accused of shooting and killing 16-year-old Tanee Natividad, in 2001.  The shooting happened at a midtown Jack in the Box. 

Investigators stated Lamadrid thought he was shooting at someone else, however, he was found guilty of shooting a gun at a non-residential structure. 

He could be sentenced to as much as seven and a half years in prison.

Lamadrid is expected in Superior Court today at 10:30 a.m.

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