One of two suspects sentenced in Kenosha carjacking

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KENOSHA — One of two teens accused of trying to carjack a Kenosha man with a tire iron was sentenced Thursday, May 17th.

Jenna Shaw will spend three years behind bars and face another five years of extended supervision.

Shaw and Cameron Edwards both pleaded guilty to trying to carjack a 76-year-old Kenosha man, but the man was able to escape and call 911.

Edwards will be sentenced later in May.

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