A Lubbock man has been sentenced for a shooting that occurred back in 2020. The Lubbock Police Department responded to a report of shots fired back on April 4 of 2020 in the 2100 block of 29th Street.

KAMC news reports that responding officers arrived at a home in that location where they found four people suffering from gunshot wounds. Those victims were two unnamed juveniles, 17-year-old Mia Altamirano, and 20-year-old Michael Bean, all victims were transported to University Medical Center. Out of those four victims Altamirano and Bean did pass away due to their injuries while the two juveniles had non life threatening injuries.

22-year-old Malachi Gibson is accused of shooting those four victims after finding out that Bean had punched someone and stolen their marijuana. During the initial investigation police were tipped off that Gibson was driven to that home by other people, Janda-Lee Roberson and Ricky Clardy Jr.

Roberson was eventually charged for Failure to Report a Felony while Clardy did plead guilty to two counts of Murder. Clardy was later sentenced for those 2022 Murders to 50 years in prison. As per the publishing of this article Clardy was sentenced to 50 years in prison.

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