Man Gets Four Years for Home Invasion/Shooting

A Kenosha man will serve four years in prison for his role in a home invasion that ended with a man being shot. 21-year-old Shadaun Marks was arrested for his role in the September incident in which he and another man went to a home the 6500 block of 23rd Avenue planning a burglary, surprising a resident there. The man with Marks shot the victim twice. Marks entered a plea agreement, on charges of first-degree reckless injury, party to a crime and burglary while armed with a dangerous weapon, party to a crime. The man who shot the victim has not been identified. In court Tuesday, Assistant District Attorney James Kraus said the victim was not in court, and said the victim had not been cooperative with the investigation.



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