MILWAUKEE, Wis. (WTAQ) - A Milwaukee man will spend just under nine years in prison for robbing and shooting a health care executive.
20-year-old Scott Brown was sentenced Monday, and was given 8 years of extended supervision once he’s no longer behind bars.
Brown was convicted of shooting 52-year-old Tim Belec outside of the Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare offices in Glendale in November of 2007. Belec was a vice president of technology.
Brown held him up outside the building. Belec gave him $113 and a cell phone. And he was about to hand over his car keys when he was shot twice. Belec suffered a pierced lung and massive blood loss – and he still has the bullets in him.
Brown was actually given a 12 year prison term, but he was credit for the 3 years-plus he spent in jail while his case was going through the court system.