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Man pleads guilty to burglary, shooting

LAWTON, Okla._A man charged with burglarizing a Lawton home and assaulting one man and shooting another inside, has pleaded guilty and was sentenced Tuesday.

Jatarvis Pratt, 19, admitted to forcing his way into a home near Northwest Lake Avenue and 12th Street and assaulting one of the men inside and pointing a gun at another in May 2014.

Police say Pratt was with two others at the time. They say he shot one of the men in the chest, but that man survived. Pratt was charged with burglary in the first degree, assault with a dangerous weapon, felonious pointing of a firearm and possession of a firearm after a felony conviction.

According to the plea agreement, Pratt will serve 10 years in prison.

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