TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - A Terre Haute man connected to the murder of Katie Nash is sentenced to 60 years in prison.
News 10 was in the courtroom Thursday morning as Robert Price learned his sentence.
Before sentencing started, Price attempted to withdraw his guilty plea. His attorney saying he didn't quite understand it.
The court denied this.
News 10's Melissa Crash says it was an emotional hearing. As the victim's father took the stand, he pointed at Price and said, "I blame you... You've taken my soul... You've taken my daughter... And you don't care."
The shooting happened in the area of 13th Street and 4th Avenue in January of 2017.
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