GREENVILLE — A man has been sentenced to 15 years in prison after pleading guilty in the shooting death of another man two years ago.
The Greenville News reported 53-year-old Wyatt Earl Harper was sentenced after pleading guilty to voluntary manslaughter Tuesday in the 2008 shooting death of Bernard Oglesby of Anderson County.
Prosecutor Lucas Marchant says Oglesby had asked gone to a house in Greenville County to ask Harper to loan him money to buy drugs. Marchant says Harper was fed up with Oglesby and shot him.
Harper originally had been charged with murder before agreeing to the plea deal.