Yonkers man sentenced for 2020 fatal shooting
A Yonkers man is headed to prison for 25 years to life for his role in a deadly shooting in 2020.
Terrence Gonzalez was convicted of second-degree murder and criminal possession of a weapon in the fatal shooting of his neighbor Lateef Butler.
It happened during a dispute outside an apartment building on Nepperhan Avenue, where both of the men lived.
In a statement, Westchester D.A. Mimi Rocah says the sentence brings justice for Lateef Butler's family and removes a dangerous individual from the streets.