Windsor man sentenced in Highway 401 shooting
File photo of the Superior Court of Justice in Windsor, Ont., Nov.19, 2013. (Melanie Borrelli / CTV Windsor)
A Windsor man is headed to prison after pleading guilty in a shooting on Highway 401.
Jason Aaron Greenwood was sentenced Friday morning in Windsor to 43-months in prison in relation to a shooting on the highway.
The incident happened back in September 2011, where an assailant fired five shots at a pickup truck hauling 32 grams of cocaine. The shooting took place on Highway 401 between Walker Road and Manning Road.
The 36-year-old wasn’t the shooter, but pleaded guilty to conspiring to commit a robbery.
Greenwood was previously sentenced for an unrelated crime of conspiring to commit murder in the shooting of a Hell’s Angel leader in London.