Man who shot trooper gets up to 110 years

EASTON (AP) — A man convicted of attempted murder for opening fire on two Pennsylvania state troopers during a traffic stop last fall was sentenced Friday to up to 110 years in prison.

Daniel Clary, 22, shot and critically wounded 13-year veteran Cpl. Seth Kelly, who was helping another trooper arrest Clary in Northampton County. Clary had been pulled over for speeding and failed field sobriety tests.

A judge sentenced Clary to 55¢ to 110 years in state prison.

Kelly was shot four times and nearly bled to death, spending 12 days in a medically-induced coma.