Six Nations father and son sent to prison for shooting of Ashton VanEvery

BRANTFORD-Two Six Nations men who shot and killed  16-year-old Ashton VanEvery were sentenced to a combined 18 years in prison Friday, May 31, 2019 in the now three year old triple shooting on Chiefswood Road at  First Line. The two had  originally been charged with murder but plead guilty to manslaughter. Irvin Allen Maracle, 59  was sentenced to  12 years in prison on the manslaughter conviction. His son Dwight Ronald Walton, 22, was sentenced to 10 years in prison. Both men were also sentenced to five years  on two charges of discharging a firearm and one year on a charge of assault causing bodily harm. The charges all stem from the death of Ashton VanEvery June 1, 2016 and beating of  Caleb Hill on May 31st, 2016. The charges will…

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