One of three men accused in the murder of a Lincoln man at a party in July 2011 is sentenced to prison.
Jermaine Jackman will spend 60 years to life in prison. He will be eligible for parole in 30 years. Jackman had pleaded no contest to the 2nd-degree murder of 19-year-old Dwayne Greer.
Jackman apologized to his mother and the victim's family in court.
He told Greer's family that he knows they won't forgive him but at least he took responsibility for his actions.
Prosecutors say Greer hit Jackman in the face at the party and Jackman pulled a gun and shot him in the back, killing him.
DeAnthony Love was previously sentenced to 40 to 65 years in prison. Love had pleaded guilty to assault and a weapons charge. Prosecutors say Love shot Greer in the hip/buttocks area after Greer had already been mortally wounded.
Devaughn Johnson was previously sentenced to 10 to 15 years in prison for being an accessory to murder and 20 months to five years for making terroristic threats.