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Tautphaus Park shooter sentenced

Jeremy Marston
Jeremy Marston

IDAHO FALLS, Idaho (KIFI/KIDK) - Jeremy Marston, 37, was sentenced to five years in prison Thursday in connection with a shooting incident at Tautphaus Park in Idaho Falls on July 30, 2019.

Judge Joel Tingey sentenced Marston to serve a minimum four-year sentence and ordered fines and fees totaling $3,120.  

Marston was charged after witnesses said he fired several gunshots into a group of people at the park. None were hurt.  

Marston entered into a plea agreement Nov. 13, pleading guilty to two felony counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. In exchange, two additional charges and one firearm enhancement charge were dropped.

You can view our previous story HERE.

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  1. “In exchange, two additional charges and one firearm enhancement charge were dropped.”

    Which is exactly WHY those of us–considered by attorneys to be–‘common folks refer to such ‘agreements’ as plea ‘BARGAINS’. That’s okay. When this gets released, it will most likely actually KILL someone and then–MAYBE–it’ll actually go to trial. Yeah, I know; most likely NOT, too 😉

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