South Bend man gets 15 years in prison for shooting Taco Bell employee
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A judge has sentenced a man who shot a Taco Bell employee last March to 15 years in prison.

Nicholas Gay of South Bend pleaded guilty to illegal possession of a firearm and aggravated battery.

He shot the worker at the McKinley Avenue restaurant after arguing with the manager that his order had been messed up.

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