Roswell school shooter to start sentence in ABQ

ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – News 13 has learned Roswell school shooter Mason Campbell will start his 8 year sentence at the Juvenile Detention Center in Albuquerque.

A judge handed down the max sentence Wednesday to the 13-year-old meaning he will stay locked up until his 21st birthday.

Campbell opened fire in the Berrendo School gym in January.

He shot Kendall Sanders and Nathaniel Tavarez, who now have permanent injuries.

According to the Children Youth and Families Department Campbell will undergo several assessments at YDDC in Albuquerque to determine where he should be housed permanently.

Campbell could get out before his 21st birthday, if he can be rehabilitated.

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