21-year-old sentenced for role in death of Bridgeton girl hit by stray bullet

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The first of four defendants has been sentenced for his role in the death of a Bridgeton girl hit by a stray bullet.

The Cumberland County judge sentenced Leroy Frazier III, 21, to 25 years of aggravated manslaughter and a consecutive 17-year term for attempted murder.

Prosecutors say Frazier and three other Bridgeton men opened fire on some people outside the home, hitting 9-year-old Jennifer Trejo.

Frazier offered condolences to the family.

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