Rochester Man Sentenced in 2020 July 4th Weekend Shooting

A Rochester man will serve 16 years to life in prison for his role in a shooting on 4th of July weekend in 2020.

26-year-old Shallah Sherman was convicted last month on two weapons charges and was sentenced as a persistent violent felony offender.

Police say Sherman opened fire into a crowd of over 100 people near Post and Chili Avenues.

Three people were hit by gunfire, but all survived.

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