Fort Wayne man to spend 6 years in prison for January shooting

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WOWO): A Fort Wayne man will spend six years in prison for his role in a January shooting.

Zanalynn Queviah Booker, 22, was sentenced to two four-year terms in Allen Superior Court on Tuesday. He’ll serve six years in prison and two years on probation with two years suspended, according to the News-Sentinel.

Booker pleaded guilty to criminal recklessness and criminal battery, both level 5 felonies, at the end of May.

On Jan. 11, a man was found in critical condition inside a running car in the 3300 block of Alexander Street after being shot in the face. Police arrested Booker a couple days later and said he was one of the two men seen running from the car the victim was found in.

The man survived the shooting.

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