Man Pleads Guilty in Pop Smoke’s Death, Sentenced to Four Years

A man has plead guilty in association with the tragic murder of Pop Smoke and has been sentenced in what many are calling not harsh enough. He pleaded guilty in an Inglewood courtroom to voluntary manslaughter and home invasion robbery. He was sentenced by Judge J. Christopher Smith to four years and two months in the Secure Youth Treatment Facility but was warned that he could remain in juvenile custody until he was 25. The judge also declined to apply the two years and eight months he has already spent in juvenile jail toward his sentence.