Last defendants in 'Junior' case all sentenced to at least 12 years

The last group of defendants charged in the death of Lesandro "Junior" Guzman-Feliz were sentenced Friday after admitting their guilt in the case.
The defendants accepted plea deals with five years of post-release supervision. The most lenient sentence was for Danilo Payamps-Pacheco and Gabriel Ramirez Conception with 12 years in prison. Jose Tavarez and Ronald Urena received 15 years.
Luis Cabrerasantos was sentenced Tuesday to 12 years. Danel Fernandez was sentenced in December to 18 years.
The men are accused of taking part in the chase that led to Guzman-Feliz being dragged out of a Bronx bodega and fatally stabbed.