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Man sentenced in casino shootings

October 20, 2009|Times Wire Reports

A 53-year-old unemployed house painter apologized to his victims before he was sentenced to 26 to 90 years in prison for opening fire with a handgun and wounding four people in a Las Vegas Strip casino more than two years ago.

"Please forgive me for my actions," Steven Francis Zegrean said, before Clark County District Court Judge David Barker sentenced him.

A jury convicted Zegrean of 51 of 52 felony charges -- including a charge of attempted murder with a deadly weapon for each of the 16 shots he fired.

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