Chico, Calif.-- Butte County District Attorney Mike Ramsey said on February 21st, 2018,22-year-oldd Dravenn Brannon-Thompson, fired multiple rounds from a handgun off Walnut and West 6th Streets when he spotted a man also driving in the area.
Ramsey said the victim was not hit.
As for the assault charge, that occurred when Brannon-Thompson was in custody at the Butte County Jail.
Ramsey said his admitted charges constitute two "strikes" under California's three-strikes law and the judge imposed the lengthiest possible term to serve in state prison.
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