TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) - A Tucson man has been sentenced to 14 years in prison for his role in a deadly carjacking.
Caleb Michael Schaff was sentenced Monday for manslaughter and aggravated robbery after reaching a plea agreement with prosecutors.
The 21-year-old Schaff was one of five people accused in the 2011 stabbing death of Terry Caldwell.
The Arizona Daily Star reports (https://bit.ly/1oWDB1X) that a judge ordered Schaff to serve his terms consecutively. He was sentenced to 10 ½ years in prison for manslaughter and 3 ½ years for aggravated robbery.
According to court documents, the defendants lured victims by having a female accomplice pose as a prostitute.
The male defendants would then confront the victims, stealing their cars.
Police say Caldwell fought back against the assailants, who then stabbed him.
Information from: Arizona Daily Star, https://www.azstarnet.com
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