CHARLESTON, W.Va. – A Kanawha County man was sentenced Friday to spend two years in prison in connection to a May 2016 shooting in North Charleston, according to Kanawha County Assistant Prosecutor Fred Giggenbach.

Nathaniel Williams, 30, of Dunbar, pleaded guilty Feb. 16 to wanton endangerment charges after firing multiple shots during a shooting at the Boondocks Bar and Grill. Williams was shot eight times in addition to shooting multiple times.

Jamaine Sutton, 32, of Dunbar, was killed in the incident. He was shot five times.

Jacques Slade, 26, of Gastonia, N.C., pleaded guilty last month to voluntary manslaughter.

Giggenbach said in exchange for the guilty plea, they will not be pursing charges against Williams in an October shooting in Dunbar.

Williams has been in jail since last November.

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