Business college shooter gets two 30-year sentences

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ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – The man who admitted to shooting a teacher at a downtown St. Louis business college will spend the next 60 years in jail.

A judge sentenced Sean Johnson to two consecutive 30-year terms in prison.

Johnson admitted to shooting SIBA’s financial aid director Greg Elsenrath in 2013. SIBA ShootingElsenrath survived.

Prosecutors said Johnson was angry his student loans were running out.
After Elsenrath was wounded, he crawled to phone to tell his wife he loved her and their children.

In court, Johnson apologized to Elsenrath and his wife but he also complained that his lawyer did not represent him well.

Johnson will be eligible for parole in 49 years.

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