INDIANAPOLIS -- The man convicted of a 2015 double homicide in Fountain Square was sentenced Friday to 95 years in prison.
Justin Kasten, 20, was one of two suspects arrested in connection with the February 2015 shooting deaths of Daniel White and Devin Calloway.
White and Calloway were found fatally shot in the 1000 block of Harlan Street. Another victim, a 17-year-old, was shot in the neck but was able to make it to a nearby convenience store for help.
Police arrested Kasten, then 18, and another man, Sean Wright, also 18 at the time, in May 2015 in connection with the shootings.
Charges against Wright were later dropped.
Last month, Kasten was found guilty on two counts of murder and one count of robbery.
On Friday, Judge Grant Hawkins sentenced him to 47 years and 180 days in prison on each count of murder, for a total of 95 years, with credit for 877 days already served in the Marion County Jail.
A charge of carrying a handgun without a license against Kasten in an unrelated case was also dismissed Friday.
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