Man Sentenced In Shooting Of Harrisburg Pro Soccer Star
Posted Scott B. Cooper on May 20, 2014 in News
Posted on May 20, 2014
A Chester County man has been sentenced to spend 9 to 18 years behind bars for shooting a former professional Harrisburg soccer player Jason Hotchkin after a confrontation outside a West Chester bar. Curtis Zebley of Kennett Square, Pa. pleaded guilty in March to felony aggravated assault and related counts.
Jason Hotchkin underwent three surgeries for his injuries but said outside court Monday that he can no longer run and walks with a limp. Chester County Judge Patrick Carmody said Zebley committed a "pure, idiotic, callous act" by shooting Hotchkin as he fled.
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