INDIANAPOLIS — An Indianapolis man who earlier this month was discovered responsible of homicide will serve 80 years in jail for shooting and killing Alfred Hayes Jr. in a Broad Ripple pub in 2019.
Curtis Baker was discovered responsible after a two-day trial on Aug. 9 and sentenced on Thursday. Hayes was additionally discovered responsible of being a recurring offender, which enhanced his sentence by 20 years.
In line with previous reports, Hayes was shot by Baker inside a Broad Ripple pub positioned on Ferguson Avenue on Oct. 3, 2019. Witnesses stated 36-year-old Hayes had been making an attempt to guard a feminine worker who had been shoved when Baker approached Hayes and shot him.
Hayes’s household referred to as him a protector and stated he had labored safety at a number of completely different bars in Broad Ripple.
Baker wasn’t arrested till 5 months later in Edwardsburg, Michigan.
Hayes household referred to as Hayes a protector
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