Third suspect in Kearney shooting gets prison

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KEARNEY, Neb. (KSNB) - A Kearney man will spend at least eight years in prison for his part in an August shooting.

David Estrada, 21, was sentenced to eight to 15 years in prison on an aiding and abetting a felony conviction.

Estrada is one of three men convicted in the August 13, 2018, shooting of Joshua Rose, 24, Kearney, in what police say was a robbery attempt at 1920 Avenue F in the southeast part of town. Rose suffered a gunshot wound to the head in the incident.

Two other men were convicted and sentenced in the case.

Michael Becker, 21, Minden, was convicted of felony attempted robbery and second degree assault. A Buffalo County District Court judge sentenced Becker to 15-20 years on both counts with the sentences to be served at the same time.

Hunter Frecks, 21, Kearney, was also convicted of felony attempted robbery and second degree assault. A judge sentenced Becker to 10-20 years on both counts with the sentences to be served at the same time.

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