2nd man sentenced in 2013 fatal shooting

Landron was sentenced to a decade in prison and five years of parole.

Landron was sentenced to a decade in prison and five years of parole. (7/27/16)

THE BRONX - The second man convicted in the 2013 fatal shooting of a Bronx teen was sentenced Wednesday.

Officials say Eric Landron and Raul Pacheco pleaded guilty last month for shooting 17-year-old Alphonza Bryant to death three years ago.

Landron was sentenced to a decade in prison and five years of parole.

Police say Bryant wasn't the intended target in the shooting but was caught in the crossfire.

"I had three children, now I have two left on Earth," said Bryant's mother, Jenaii van Doten. "I'm sure he's looking down on us. I can say justice is served."

Pachecho was sentenced two weeks ago to 18 years behind bars and five years of parole.

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