Second teen sentenced to 51 years in Indianapolis crime spree

One of the teens captured at the scene in Feb. 2013
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The second of two teenagers accused in a crime spree across central Indiana in February 2013 was sentenced Wednesday.

Gabriel Edwards pleaded guilty last month to a long list of charges including murder and robbery. He was sentenced to 51 years with ten years' probation.

Police say Edwards and his accomplice, Sirquain Burr, were behind a string of felonies in February of last year.

Their crimes ranged from a deadly shooting to a police chase in Brownsburg that ended when they crashed a stolen SUV.

A judge sentenced Burr earlier this week to 59 years in prison.