Posted: Oct 29, 2012 4:55 PM by Russell Jones
Updated: Oct 29, 2012 4:55 PM
BATON ROUGE - A judge sentenced Jonathan Murray, one of the men connected to the 2010 shooting which injured a Baton Rouge "Good Samaritan", to 35 years at hard labor for his part in the crime.
Murray pleaded guilty in April to armed robbery and taking part in a pattern of gang activity.
Investigators said Murray and two others tried to rob a pregnant woman in the Tigerland area in November 2010. A passer-by, Charlie Cangelosi, intervened and was shot multiple times. He survived, and investigators believed Murray was the shooter.
Leroy Molden and Leslie Harris were also charged in connection with the crime. Both were in jail on unrelated matters when they were accused of taking part in the robbery.