A fatal shooting conviction outside of a southern Indiana strip club resulted in an 82 year prison sentence.
A Vanderburgh County judge ordered the lengthy sentence this past Friday for Clarence Miller, 35, who was convicted last month on murder and other charges.
The shooting took place in April of 2017 in Evansville.
Police say Miller had been ejected from The Pony strip club and later shot into a crowd, resulting in the death of Aaron Jennings of Sebree, Kentucky, and injuring another man. Police say Miller fled to Chicago but was picked up by federal marshals a few days later.
Prosecutors say Miller was removed from the club by security for propositioning a dancer and surveillance video showed him hiding behind vehicles before shooting multiple times at people outside the front door.
- Don Stuck