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Shooting Suspect Sentenced

A Wichita Falls man received ten years in jail suspended, meaning if Christopher Murry breaks his probation, he will go to jail. He also received ten years of community supervision.  

Murry was convicted on an aggravated assault with a deadly weapon charge.  Police say Murry is connected to a shooting at Bridwell Park in November of 2008.  Police say during that shooting, a 17 year old suffered shotgun pellet wounds to his leg.

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