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The first of several suspects in a Paradise robbery and homicide was sentenced Wednesday. 26-year-old Joshua Bush of Concow was sentenced to 25 years to life in state prison for the second-degree murder of 31-year-old Adam Wrangham.
The incident happened at Wrangham's home on Lucky John Road in Paradise back in November of 2015. That's when Bush and four others entered the home. Authorities say a gun fired during a struggle between Wrangham and Bush.
Wrangham was struck in the chest and died from the gunshot wound. According to a Butte County District Attorney's Office press release, Bush and the others then escaped with around 400 pounds of marijuana. The four other suspects with Bush also face sentencing.