An Indianapolis man learned his sentence Wednesday for killing a man during a robbery.
Anthony Shockley was sentenced to 60 years in the June 2011 death of 61-year-old Clayton Battice. Police said Shockley, Jonahtan Williams and a 16 year old were responsible for Battice’s death. Police found the victim in a stairwell just two flights below his apartment at the Bavarian Village complex on the east side.
In October, a jury found Shockley guilty of two counts of murder and a count of attempted robbery. Investigators also said Shockley had ties to a local gang called the “Pop It Off Boys.”
Man sentenced to 60 years in murder, robbery of Wonder Bread worker
Anthony Shockley was sentenced to 60 years in the June 2011 death of 61-year-old Clayton Battice.
Anthony Shockley (November 7, 2012)