Sentence Issued in Hannibal Home Invasion and Shooting
Sentencing is held for an individual involved in a Hannibal home invasion and shooting.
Marion County Prosecutor David Clayton says an individual responsible for providing at least one gun and ammunition used in a November 2016 home invasion and shooting has been sentenced. Austin Anderson gets a ten year suspended sentence with placement in a Division of Youth Services program. If Anderson fails that program he could serve the sentence in an adult prison. Clayton wanted a ten year sentence because Anderson had previously been sent to the Division of Youth Services for other actions involving firearms. Clayton says the home invasion and shooting of Ronald Gillum deserved adult consequences and not placement in another juvenile program.