Gang member pleads guilty to shooting

A St. Paul gang member pleaded guilty Friday to shooting another man in early December.

Rashad Burch, 25, will be sentenced on April 13 and entered into a plea agreement that calls for a sentence of no less than 18 years, according to the Star Tribune.

Burch was called to help during a fight between two women in an apartment building parking lot on E. Maryland Avenue, according to a criminal complaint.

Burch ran up to a van which the victim, Dwight Tate, was sitting in and began firing shots. Tate was able to run away, but was then struck by a vehicle, according to the Pioneer Press.

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