Watertown Teen Sentenced to 80 Years Prison Time
On Friday Trevor Kruthoff learned his fate for pulling the trigger in a fatal Sioux Falls shooting.
Judge Brad Zell sentenced 18-year-old Watertown native to 80 years in prison for manslaughter with 40 years of his sentence suspended. Kruthoff will eligible for parole after 19 years.
The teen from Watertown pleaded guilty to manslaughter in the December 2013 death of Jordan LeBeau. Kruthoff also shot Jordan's father which brought a charge of aggravated assault. Zell levied a 15 year sentence which Kruthoff will serve concurrently with the manslaughter sentence.
Kruthoff will get credit for time in custody since the shooting.