Saginaw Teen Sentenced In East Side Shootings 7-22-2010 - WNEM TV 5

Saginaw Teen Sentenced In East Side Shootings 7-22-2010

A Saginaw teen convicted of shooting two people, including a 6-month-old baby, will be spending at least 24 years in prison.
That’s the decision by a Saginaw judge Thursday, five weeks after 16-year-old Jordan Granderson was found guilty in the 2009 shooting.
Granderson had been charged as an adult with four counts of assault with intent to kill in connection to the September shooting on Saginaw’s east side.
The jury found him guilty on all counts, including charges of having a firearm in a felony and carrying a dangerous weapon with unlawful intent.
Police said a 6-month-old baby and two others were hit by bullets while driving on Walnut between South 10th and 11th.
During the trial, witnesses testified that it was Granderson who opened fire on the vehicle the victims were sitting in.
They said Granderson began firing at the car because “it was on his turf.”
Everyone in the car survived the shooting.

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