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    A 17-year-old Chester teen, Michael Cohen Jr., who was part of a home invasion where a woman was shot in a “millimeter from murder” incident, was sentenced to at least three years in prison Thursday. The victim survived a shot to the heart. Cohen was 16 in September 2016, when he and a second suspect who was 14 broke into her home near the Chester County Courthouse, where Cohen pleaded guilty, prosecutors said in court.

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