ROCHESTER, Minn. (FOX47) — A man will spend three and a half years in prison for shooting two people in northwest Rochester in November of 2019.
Twenty-year-old Jaeden Adcox, of Rochester, pleaded guilty on Tuesday, resulting in the cancellation of a jury trial that was supposed to begin this week, according to court documents.
The early morning shooting at the Westminster Townhomes sent both victims to the hospital. Police say Adcox tried to rob both men before shooting them. Assault and aggravated robbery charges were dropped as part of the plea deal.
Instead, Adcox pleaded guilty to the charge of having a firearm despite a prior conviction.
Adcox was given a five-year sentence on Tuesday. But since he was granted time served, he will only serve three and a half years in prison.