Tracy Parnell Gets Two Years For Threats

Tracy Parnell has been sentenced to from 20 months to two years for making terroristic threats and up to a year for flight to avoid arrest.

Parnell was charged for terroristic threats after threatening Nakia Johnson last October.

Police say just days later, Johnson and her cousin, Eriana Carr were walking outside Johnson's home when he shot both of them.

Johnson was shot 11 times, but survived.

Carr was killed.

In Friday morning's sentencing, Parnell was given 231 days of credit for timed served for terroristic threats, and 233 days of credit for flight.

Regardless however, Parnell remains in custody pending his trial for homicide.

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