Two men were sentenced Wednesday for the murder of a Lincoln man.
Twenty-one-year-old Adrian Casares received life in prison without the possibility of parole. Casares had pleaded no contest to aiding and abetting second-degree murder.
Casares' family was upset by the sentence, believing that by taking a plea deal he would get a lesser sentence with the chance of parole. Family members said Casares is a good kid with a good heart.
It's believed Casares and Castillo became angry with Schoenrock after learning he'd been talking to law enforcement about them and their drug involvement. Each man claims the other shot Schoenrock.