Indy man pleads guilty to multiple violent charges

(Provided Photo/IMPD)
(Provided Photo/IMPD)

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – An Indianapolis man pleaded guilty to multiple violent crimes, including murder, on Friday.

According to Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry, Shayne Thompson pleaded guilty to murder and robbery after being accused of killing a gas station clerk at the BP/Rickers on 38th Street and High School Road on September 25 of last year.

Prosecutor Curry said Ryan Clark and Janai Hudson were also charged in in the gas station robbery and murder. Clark’s case is set for trial on August 25. Hudson pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit robbery and is awaiting sentencing.

On Friday, Thompson also pleaded guilty to burglary, robbery and five counts of criminal confinement for his role in a home invasion on Indy’s east side in September of 2013.

Officials said under the terms of the plea, Thompson’s sentence will be no less than 65 years and a judge may sentence him to as much as 110 years at the Department of Correction.

 

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