The full press conference with the DA’s Office can be viewed in the Video Player above.
(COLORADO SPRINGS) — The Club Q shooter will spend the rest of their life behind bars, after they pleaded guilty on Monday, June 26 during an arraignment hearing, where a plea agreement was accepted for the deadly shooting at Club Q, which happened just before Midnight on Saturday, Nov. 19.
Judge Michael McHenry sentenced the shooter to five consecutive life sentences behind bars without the possibility of parole for the five counts of First-Degree Murder, 46 consecutive 48-year sentences for the 46 counts of Attempted Murder, and three years, plus 364 days for Bias-Motivated Crimes.
A press conference with the 4th Judicial District Attorney’s (DA) Office followed the hearing on Monday and will be uploaded to this article.
Several prominent figures in local government and law enforcement spoke at the press conference, including Colorado Springs Police Chief Adrian Vasquez, Mayor Yemi Mobolade, former Mayor John Suthers, Colorado Springs Deputy Fire Chief Jayme McConnellogue, and DA Michael Allen, among others.
On Monday, the Club Q shooter pled guilty to five counts of First-Degree Murder, 46 counts of Attempted Murder, and pled no contest to two counts of Bias-Motivated Crimes.
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