A person who shot almost a dozen Houses in Phoenix for a number of months to terrorize his ex-girlfriend and her prolonged household was sentenced to 22 years in jail, prosecutors introduced Wednesday.
Manuel Anthony Sierra, 22, was sentenced after pleading responsible to car shooting, Maricopa County Prosecutor Rachel Mitchell stated in a press release. The prosecutor additionally stated 32 victims had been granted lifetime restraining orders barring Sierra from contacting them for the remainder of her life.
Prosecutors say Sierra went to 11 houses and randomly opened fireplace on houses and vehicles over a six-month interval in 2021 and 2022.
His ex-girlfriend’s family had been current throughout all however one of many shootings. Nobody was injured regardless of the bullets hitting in some circumstances a entrance door, a front room and bed room home windows, in keeping with authorities.
Authorities stated Sierra set fire to a car.
Investigators used surveillance video and Sierra’s telephone to hyperlink him to all of the incidents. Bullet casings discovered on the scene matched two handguns discovered at his residence and the vehicles used within the taking pictures. His telephone historical past additionally confirmed that Sierra had accomplished intensive analysis on his members of the family and despatched nameless threats through textual content messages.