5 sentenced in fatal shooting of Tacoma woman
Prosecutors say Camille Love's Feb. 7, 2010, death was a case of mistaken identity. Gang members shot up the young woman's car as she drove down a Tacoma street. The attack was in retaliation for an earlier gang shooting.
She died and her 19-year-old brother was wounded.
The News Tribune reported that neither Love nor her brother was connected to the earlier shooting, but they were riding in a red car and her brother wore a red jacket, the trademark color of the rival gang.
The five sentenced Friday are all affiliated with an eastside Tacoma street gang.
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