A man convicted of playing a vital role in the death of Omaha South student Montrell Wiseman, was sentenced two and a half to three years in prison, according to court records obtained by WOWT 6 News.
In exchange for pleading no contest to conspiracy to commit a Class 2 Felony, charges against Adam Gamble were amended to accessory to a Class 1 Felony. Gamble was sentenced December 6th and received credit for serving 409 days.
In October 2012, 16-year-old Montrell Wiseman was shot to death while standing outside a friend's house at 21st and Binney. Prosecutors said Gamble and several others shot Wiseman for wearing red, which was a rival gang color.
Wiseman's father told WOWT 6 News his son was not in a gang.
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