- Associated Press - Wednesday, October 11, 2017

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - A Tennessee gang member faces a five-year prison sentence for lying to a grand jury.

U.S. Attorney Donald Cochran’s office says 25-year-old Keno Deandre Lane, known as Savage, received the sentence last week in federal court in Nashville.

The Nashville resident was indicted in April 2016 and pleaded guilty earlier this year for lying to a grand jury, obstructing justice and possession of a gun as an unlawful drug user.

Court documents say Lane was with the Five Deuce Hoover Crip gang when Nashville police saw him with a gun. Investigations showed the gun was used in four armed robberies and the February 2015 murder of Isaiah Starks at a public housing development.

Prosecutor say Lane lied to a grand jury about when and how he got the gun.

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