LaMadrid sentenced for weapons conviction

2013-08-20T14:08:00Z LaMadrid sentenced for weapons convictionPatrick McNamara Arizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star

Max Montijo LaMadrid was sentenced to seven and half years in prison for firing a gun at a moving car in 2001.

LaMadrid was found guilty of the charge in September 2012. The incident stemmed from the shooting death of Tucson teenager Tanee Natividad, who was killed following an altercation at an east side fast food restaurant.

He was tried three times for first-degree murder for Natividad’s killing. The first two juries resulted in mistrials and the final one found him not guilty of the crime.

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