PHOENIX (AP/KSAZ) -- A man who was accused of shooting and killing a man in 2016 has been sentenced Friday.
According to a brief statement by the Arizona Superior Court, a judge has sentenced Nick Sublasky to 25 years in prison for a number of charges, including second-degree murder and evidence tampering, as part of a plea.
According to reports by the Associated Press in 2016, Sublasky was arrested by Chandler Police, in connection with the murder of Steve Hogarth. Hogarth, who was 44 at the time, was a known acquaintance of Sublasky.
The Associated Press (AP) contributed to this report.