Man gets 15 years in prison for 2013 drive-by shooting that killed 18-year-old Tyrone Hart in South Chicago

Chicago Sun-Times Wire

Phillip Boyd | Cook County Sheriff's Dept.

Phillip Boyd | Cook County Sheriff’s Dept.

A man has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for his role in the fatal drive-by shooting of Tyrone Hart in the South Chicago neighborhood more than three years ago.

Phillip L. Boyd, 26, pleaded guilty Friday to conspiracy to commit first-degree murder, according to Cook County court records.

Tyrone Hart, 18, was standing on the corner in the 8000 block of South Chappel Avenue when a passenger inside a passing black Nissan Maxima opened fire about 7:45 p.m. July 23, 2013, authorities said.

Tyrone Hart | Facebook

Tyrone Hart | Facebook

Hart, of the 8100 block of South Chappel, was shot in the chest and was taken to Northwestern Memorial Hospital where he was pronounced dead at 8:45 p.m., according to the Cook County medical examiner’s office.

Judge Thomas Joseph Hennelly sentenced Boyd to 15 years in prison Friday, according to court records. Boyd will receive credit for 1,170 days served in the Cook County Jail, and must serve two years of supervised release.

He was booked into the Stateville Correctional Center on Monday to begin serving his sentence.

Terrance Snowden | Cook County Sheriff's Dept.

Terrance Snowden | Cook County Sheriff’s Dept.

Boyd’s co-defendant, 27-year-old Terrence Snowden, was charged with murder, possessing a firearm without a valid FOID card, and cannabis possession, authorities said at the time. His case is still pending, and he is next scheduled to appear in court Nov. 2.

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