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ELIZABETHTOWN — A man initially charged with attempted murder after firing numerous rounds inside an occupied apartment in February 2007, and ultimately convicted on six counts of wanton endangerment, will ask for shock probation Tuesday in Hardin Circuit Court.
Marcus Edwards, 31, was sentenced May 28 to five years for endangering the lives of six people when he fired a weapon numerous times inside a Radcliff apartment occupied by women, children and the man who was his target.
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