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Union man pleads guilty in 2017 shooting

Earlier this week, a Luttrell man pleaded guilty to murder charges in a 2017 shooting and was sentenced to 25 years in state prison.

59-year-old Martin Gammon pleaded guilty Monday to second-degree murder in the October 2017 shooting that left his neighbor, 26-year-old Adam Paulette, dead. The shooting reportedly occurred during a dispute over Paulette’s dog coming on to Gammon’s property.

The judge in the case sentenced to Gammon to 25 years on the plea, and ordered him to serve 100% of his sentence.

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