A man convicted in the fatal shooting of a teenager at a Muskogee mall is scheduled to be sentenced.

A man convicted in the fatal shooting of a teenager at a Muskogee mall is scheduled to be sentenced.

Dondray Fowler is due in court Wednesday afternoon to be sentenced in the 2010 shooting death of 17-year-old Jarrod Reed at Arrowhead Mall. A jury convicted him of first-degree murder in July.

Prosecutors say Fowler intentionally shot Reed and wounded four others at the mall. But Fowler's attorneys claim the shooting was in self-defense because Fowler was intimidated during an argument between rival gangs.

The jury recommended a life sentence for Fowler.

Fowler's attorneys tell Tulsa television station KJRH that they're planning an appeal.

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