(INDIANAPOLIS) - A man convicted in the Black Expo shootings in 2010 has been sentenced to 8 more years in prison on forgery charges.
Shamus Patton was convicted earlier this month for faking signatures of business managers on work release documents. He was serving a sentence on work release and was required to apply for jobs, but he instead forged the signatures on the documents.
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