Case against 4 airmen wraps up

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OGDEN -- The case against four airmen from Hill Air Force Base has been wrapped up.

It started last July when a man was shot outside of a club in downtown Salt Lake City. The airmen were arrested, and all were charged for their roles in the crime.

The shooter, Daniel Eugene Clemons, pleaded guilty to discharge of a firearm causing serious bodily injury and was sentenced to up in life in prison.

Airman Jeremy David Crist pleaded guilty to failing to stop for police.

And on Tuesday, Destinee Williams reached a plea deal with prosecutors in which she pleaded guilty to obstruction of justice.

Charges against the fourth airman were dropped.

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