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(Portland, OR)  --  A 16-year-old boy is scheduled to spend ten years in prison for firing the gun that wounded four people outside Rosemary Anderson High School in Portland.  Marquise Murphy received the sentence after he pleaded guilty to attempted murder in the December 2014 shooting.  Murphy's brother, 22-year-old Lonzo Murphy, pleaded no contest and was sentenced to more than seven years behind bars.  Also pleading no contest was 18-year-old Marquel Dugas, who received a sentence of more than eight years.
 

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