WASHINGTON — A District of Columbia man has been sentenced to 36 years in prison in a triple-shooting that killed two Maryland men and wounded a third.
Prosecutors say 36-year-old Jimmie Fleming was sentenced Monday in D.C. Superior Court. Fleming pleaded guilty in September to two counts of voluntary manslaughter and aggravated assault.
Prosecutors say Fleming asked for a ride from three men on July 13 in northeast Washington. Once they were driving, prosecutors say Fleming pulled a gun and opened fire.
The driver — 20-year-old Derek Price of Montgomery Village, Maryland, and a passenger — 21-year-old Donchell Thomas of District Heights, Maryland — were both shot in the head and died. A front-seat passenger shot several times survived.
Fleming was arrested after the car crashed and he fled to a nearby home.
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