A 32-year old Quesnel man has been sentenced in connection with a shooting incident in Prince George.
Cody Lornsten, who pleaded guilty to three lesser charges prior to going to trial, was sentenced to four years in prison minus time served, and also received a 10-year firearms prohibition.
Lornsten, who was originally charged with Aggravated Assault, pled guilty to one count each of Possession of a Prohibited Firearm, Possession of a Firearm Contrary to an Order, and Breach of Undertaking.
Prince George RCMP received a report of multiple shots fired in the 2000 block of Tamarack Street in the early morning hours of October 22nd of 2017.
Police say the evidence gathered at the scene led them to believe that two individuals exchanged gunfire outside a residence and that one person was injured.
A Prince George man, Micheal Campbell-Alexander who was 20 at the time, is also charged in connection with this case.
He is scheduled to go to trial later this month.
The charges against him include Attempted Murder and Discharging a Firearm with Intent to Wound or Disfigure.