Man who shot Stamford police officer sentenced

A convicted drug dealer who shot a Stamford police officer in the face was sentenced today.Ephraim Goitom received 25 years in prison.He pleaded guilty to

STAMFORD - A convicted drug dealer who shot a Stamford police officer in the face was sentenced today.

Ephraim Goitom received 25 years in prison.

He pleaded guilty to possession of drugs with intent to distribute and use of a firearm.

Goitom shot Sgt. Richard Gasparino in the cheek in 2010 as Gasparino and other narcotics officers prepared to search his apartment.

Plea deal reached in 2010 Stamford police shooting

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