Third suspect in drive-by shooting pleads guilty
The third and final person in a 2018 shooting pleaded guilty to charges from allegedly hiding a stolen gun after the incident.
Armonty English, 22, was charged with tampering with physical evidence and receiving stolen property – firearm from the Jan. 31, 2018, incident near Tyler Banks Apartments.
Thursday in Clark Circuit Court, English pleaded guilty to both charges and was sentenced to one year each, which will run concurrently.
The other two suspects, Grmyko Chenault and Alexssandra Chenault, pleaded guilty to their charges in November.
Police said the shooting stemmed from an argument between vehicles in the apartment parking lot. The Chenaults were in one vehicle, and English and the victim, Temetrius Stewart, were in another. Police said Grmyko Chenault pulled a gun and started firing, wounding Stewart in the process.
English and Stewart drove away from the scene, but crashed on Lexington Avenue. Witnesses said they saw English take a gun from the vehicle and hide it. Officers later recovered the weapon.
Grmyko Chenault, 27, was sentenced to five years for second-degree assault and one year each for three counts of first-degree wanton endangerment. The sentences will run concurrently for a total of five years.
Alexssandra Chenault was sentenced to 360 days in jail for facilitation to second-degree assault.