Man Headed To Prison

A 21-year-old Florida man who pleaded guilty in the killing of a homeless man as part of a plea deal will spend 15 years in prison, a judge has ruled.
Broward County Circuit Judge Cynthia Imperato sentenced William Ammons to 15 years in prison for his part in the 2006 death of Norris Gaynor, a homeless man who was beaten to death with a rake and baseball bats, The Miami Herald said Thursday.
Wednesday’s sentence came after Ammons agreed to testify against Thomas Daugherty and Brian Hooks, the other men convicted of killing Gaynor. Ammons had been seeking 10 years in prison as a result of his cooperation with the prosecution, the Herald said.
Hooks and Daugherty are facing life in prison after being convicted last week of second-degree murder in Gaynor’s death and attempted murder in relation to two other homeless beatings.
Ammons apologized Wednesday to the three men who were targets of the beatings on Jan. 12, 2006, saying his actions were based on “ignorance and stupidity.”
“I used to look down on guys like you with ignorance and stupidity,” he said. “Now that I look back on what happened, I can see how stupid I was.”
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