A Peoria teen, one of two charged in connection with a Peoria homicide last September, was sentenced Tuesday. According to prosecutors, the 16 year old was sentenced to juvenile prison until his 21st birthday. He was sentenced for harassing a witness in the murder case, unlawful possession of a firearm and an unrelated residential burglary. Three other teens are charged as adults for the September shooting death of a convicted murderer, Michael Robinson who spent almost 30 years in prison for the 1977 murder of a Bradley University professor.
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