Andrew Dys

March 2, 2013 10:23 PM

York County serial shooter wants life terms overturned

Phillip Watts shot four people in a string of robberies that police said could have been deaths if he had a larger gun. Watts, who was sentenced to seven life terms after a guilty verdict in one trial and several guilty pleas, says his pleas were involuntary, and he wants his convictions overturned.

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