Man Sentenced in Connection to Light Rail Altercation that Led to Man's Death

Ramsey County Sheriff's Office Photo: Cavis Deandre Adams
Ramsey County Sheriff's Office

April 16, 2018 04:41 PM

The 22-year-old man charged in connection to a September, 2016, altercation at a St. Paul light rail station that led to a man's death was sentenced Tuesday.

Cavis Deandre Adams, 22, was sentenced to just over two years in prison.

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RELATED: 2 Charged in St. Paul Light Rail Altercation that Led to Man's Death 

Adams pleaded guilty to one count of second-degree manslaughter. 

Shawn Bellazan was charged in connection to the incident along with Adams, but was acquitted of charges in January.

The Sept. 12, 2016, altercation left 68-year-old Gebremedhin A. Tela dead. 
 

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