Bus Station Shooter Gets 10-25 Years
LAS VEGAS (AP) — A 64-year-old ex-convict from Texas who pleaded guilty to shooting at security guards at a Greyhound bus terminal last year in downtown Las Vegas has been given a 10-25 year prison term.
James Alvin Abney pleaded guilty to attempted murder and discharging a weapon in the December 5th, 2013 incident.
He said the gun was not loaded. No one was hurt. Police quickly apprehended Abney he said he was homeless and was mad because a security guard had repeatedly ushered him from the bus station.
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