WILMINGTON (AP) -- A man who drove the getaway car in a robbery of PlayStation Three games that led to a fatal police shooting in Wilmington last year has pleaded guilty to a felony charge.
Twenty-two-year-old Braden Riley pleaded guilty to accessory after the fact to common law robbery.
Riley must serve 24 months of supervised probation and pay a one-thousand-dollar fine, restitution, and perform community service.
Eighteen-year-old Peyton Strickland died when he was shot through the front door of his home December First by Deputy Christopher Long while authorities were trying to serve search and arrest warrants.
Long says he mistook the sound of a police battering ram for gunshots.
Police think Strickland, Riley and 21-year-old Ryan Mills robbed a student and took two game consoles November 17th.
Mills pleaded guilty last month to felony common law robbery and was placed on 36 months of supervised probation.
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