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Loveland Woman Sentenced In Mistaken Identity Shooting Case

13 years behind bars for Gabrielle Lunceford for her connection to a shooting that left a man with serious, lifelong injuries.  The 21 year old appeared in court Wednesday,  roughly a month after she pleaded guilty to an amended count of attempted second-degree murder, a class 3 felony.  The Loveland Reporter Herald reports Lunceford was one of two people arrested in connection to a shooting in the 1700 block of Greeley Drive in west Loveland in July that left 35-year-old George Deeb with life-changing injuries.   The 21-year-old woman and 40-year-old Brandon McNamara allegedly drove to an apartment on Greeley Drive in Loveland to retaliate against a man who Lunceford said sexually assaulted her, but went to the wrong apartment where they shot Deeb.

 

Loveland woman sentenced to 13 years in prison for her role in Greeley Drive shooting

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