Indianapolis man gets 110 years in fatal shooting

INDIANAPOLIS (AP): A man who fatally shot a convenience store clerk in Indianapolis has been sentenced to 110 years in prison.

Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry says 20-year-old Shayne Thompson was sentenced Friday in the 2013 death of 39-year-old Evalide Ndyiae, who had been on the job two days at the time of the shooting at the gas station on the city's west side. Thompson pleaded guilty last month to murder and robbery as well as another robbery at another gas station that night.

He also pleaded guilty to burglary and five counts of criminal confinement for his role in a home invasion in September 2013.