VIGO COUNTY, Ind. (WTHI) - A 22-year-old learned his fate following a deadly shooting.
That shooting happened at International Village Apartments in Vigo County last November.
On Wednesday, Tristin Spencer was sentenced to 10-years of work release.
Last month, Spencer entered a guilty plea to voluntary manslaughter.
As a result, the state dismissed the murder charge.
Police say there was a verbal argument between Robert James Archer and Spencer.
The report reveals Spencer told police Archer called him a derogatory name.
Detectives say Spencer shot Archer during the incident.
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