Paul Davis, Conn. man, sentenced to 100 years in fatal drive-by shooting of Hartford teen

Hartford Superior Court
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Hartford Superior Court
Matt Dwyer, WTIC

(CBS/AP) HARTFORD, Conn. - Paul Davis of Hartford was sentenced to 100 years in prison on Thursday in connection with the 2006 shooting death of 15-year-old Kerry Foster.

Foster and his 14-year-old friend were standing on a street corner in Hartford on May 28, 2006 when shots rang out. Foster's friend was injured in the drive-by shooting.

Davis was arrested in 2009 after an investigation into the incident and he was sentenced by the Hartford Superior Court.

He was convicted by a jury in March of accessory to murder, conspiracy to commit murder and criminal attempt to commit murder.

Charges against a second defendant, Ackeem Riley, are pending. He has pleaded not guilty.

According to CBS Connecticut, Riley is already serving time for the death of a Bloomfield High School student in November of 2006.