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Cambridge man sentenced to six years for role in 2018 shooting

Three people were charged in connection with the killing of Bradley Pogue
Bradley Pogue vigil
A woman lights up a candle in memory of Bradley Pogue, who was killed at the corner of Christopher and Champlain last week. Aastha Shetty/570 NEWS

A Cambridge man has received a six-year sentence after pleading guilty to manslaughter. 

According to CTV Kitchener, Adam de Gannes will spend the next 34 months behind bars as time-served was factored in.

De Gannes was originally charged with second-degree murder but it was later downgraded. 

It follows the shooting death of Bradley Pogue in November of 2018. 

Two others were arrested in connection with the investigation. 

A 38-year-old Cambridge woman was charged for offences including accessory after the fact to murder in the second degree. 

A 17-year-old male was charged with second degree murder, but cannot be further identified due to his age. 

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