Man gets 95-to-life for fatal North Sacramento shooting

Marcaill Deandre Wormley was sentenced today to spend 95 years and four months to the rest of his life in prison for the Dec. 23, 2013, shooting death of Branden Anderson in North Sacramento.

Sacramento Superior Court Judge imposed the term on Wormley, 32, for the murder as well as for three other felonies – hit and run and evasion of police officers in a high speed chase the day of his arrest and for attempting to dissuade a witness before trial.

According to Wormley’s probation report, the shooting was reported at 3:45 a.m. following a fight that broke out between the defendant and Anderson, 22, at a party on Beaumont Street. Anderson was the father of a two-month old child.

Wormley has a long history of drug offenses as well as a past adult conviction for assault with a deadly weapon, the report said.

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