The man who pleaded guilty to shooting and killing his girlfriend has been sentenced to 11.5-19 years in the shooting death of his girlfriend.
Robert Caldwell, 33, pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter as well as three other charges in March.
Caldwell will serve two years for the felony firearm charge. After the two years are completed, he will serve 8-15 years for the involuntary manslaughter and 16-24 months for resisting and obstructing police. Those two sentences will be served concurrently, or at the same time.
Police say Caldwell shot and killed his girlfriend, Monica Anderson, 28, on Nov. 19. He told police he was attempting to commit suicide and missed.
Editor's note: In a previous version, this article incorrectly stated that Caldwell would serve 2-4 years. This information is incorrect and has been updated. We apologize for the mistake.