(ST. JOSEPH, Mo.) The third and final suspect charged in the shooting death of a St. Joseph toddler has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder.
Te'Avion Hawkins admitted in court Wednesday to driving the vehicle during a drive-by shooting that left 2-year-old Raelynn Craig dead and two others wounded near 20th and Messanie on Aug. 9.
Hawkins will serve 10 years in prison following a plea agreement. He was also sentenced to four years for unlawful use of a weapon for a previous incident involving a gun.
Marcain Rashaud Kimbrough-Ballard and Caimon Ramone Stillman have previously been sentenced to prison for their roles in the shooting.