- Associated Press - Tuesday, July 28, 2015

PHOENIX (AP) - One of three suspects in a Tempe shooting last year that sparked a police chase and a lockdown at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport has pleaded guilty in the case.

Louis Anthony Clark pleaded guilty Tuesday to conspiracy to commit sale or transportation of marijuana and unlawful discharge of a firearm.

The 25-year-old Clark is scheduled to be sentenced on Sept. 4.

Clark and two other suspects went to a Tempe gas station last Sept. 19 to meet a man and allegedly buy $700 worth of marijuana.

That led to a shooting and a high-speed police chase into Phoenix.

Authorities locked down Terminal 4 at Sky Harbor as they searched for and eventually arrested one of the suspects.

That lockdown resulted in 25 flight cancellations and delays of other flights.


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