A man accused of killing another in a road-rage shooting faces another charge, which could mean more years in prison if he’s convicted.
Richard Baca, 21, was facing a charge of voluntary manslaughter in the November killing of Benito Lemos, 22, in central Las Vegas. That charge carries a maximum sentence of six years in prison.
Now, he faces a charge of shooting from a motor vehicle, which has a maximum of 15 years.
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