Wichita man convicted in triple shooting

Two men were killed, third injured in 2015

A Wichita man was sentenced to almost six years in prison Thursday for the shooting deaths of two men at a north Wichita intersection. 

23-year-old Adam Ray was sentenced to 71 months for an October 22nd, 2015 shooting that happened at 53rd Street North and Meridian.  Three men in a car were shot, and police said it involved a drug debt.  Attorneys said that Ray was fearful of retaliation from a "J.T." 

The "J.T." was identified as 31-year-old Justin Terrazas, who is now in jail for running over a Wichita police officer with a stolen car on February 7th near Topeka and Kinkaid.   Officer Brian Arterburn remains in critical condition. Terrazas was not charged in connection with the 2015 shooting. 

21-year-old Omar Garcia and 22-year-old Ernesto Aguilar -Retana were killed in the shooting, and a third man was critically injured.   Ray was sentenced for two counts of voluntary manslaughter and one count of attempted voluntary manslaughter.