DAILYKENN.com -- Three years ago today, Sept. 4, 2017, "Police found 32-year-old Shane Wessels lying in the roadway at the intersection of 10th Ave. SW and 10th St. SW after he had been shot," according to who13.com.
Reports say Wessels died after "a fight" with a group of individuals that involved one male and several females.
The victim's mother told who13.com, "They beat him, they tased him, they clubbed him, and there's girls involved and another guy."
Convicted and sentenced to 50 years in prison was Levi Gibbs III, 29, according to desmoinesregister.com.
It appears the jurors agreed to a charge less then first-degree murder because the victim defended himself.
The crime occurred Sept. 3, 2017.
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Gibbs must serve 35 years in prison before he can be considered for parole or work release, court records show. He was ordered to pay $150,000 to the beneficiary of Wessels and must have no contact with the victim's immediate family for five years.
At trial, attorneys for both sides agreed Gibbs shot Wessels, but the defense argued Gibbs did so amid a fight in which his sister was injured. Gibbs had been charged with first-degree murder but jurors opted for the lesser charge.
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