A Pullman teenager who pleaded guilty to killing another teen last year will serve at least five years in prison.
Keagan Tennant, 17, was given a 25-year prison sentence Thursday in Latah County (Idaho) Court – five years fixed – for shooting and killing Timothy Reeves, 18, while camping near near Troy, Idaho, last summer.
Tennant, who was accused of hiding Reeves’ body and stealing a car at gunpoint, pleaded guilty to a host of charges, including involuntary manslaughter and robbery.
Tennant is the son of Pullman Police Commander Chris Tennant.
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