Two men sentenced for 2020 Fresno murder

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Tuesday, July 12, 2022
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FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- Two Fresno men are going to prison, convicted for first-degree murder and attempted murder.

26-year-old Thyshawn Thompson and 25-year-old Leonard Luster were both sentenced on Monday.

Thompson got 110 years to life in prison. Luster got 60 to life.

In September of 2020, Luster and Thompson were in a car together when Thompson fired a handgun from the passenger seat.

Demarko White was shot multiple times in the area of Normal and McKinley and died.

Arthur Thomas was also hit and injured.

Thompson and Luster fled the scene in the car and were later arrested at a traffic stop.

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