By Kirsten Gladen: email@example.com
CHAMBERS COUNTY, AL (WTVM) - News Leader 9 was in the courtroom when a Chambers County jury found Noah White guilty on all seven counts of attempted murder.
Today, Noah White was sentenced to 100 years in prison for a violent outburst that happened back in 2008. White was given 50 years for shooting a Chambers County Sheriff's Deputy Shannon Rollins, who survived the attack. Thirty years were added for attempted murder, and 20 years for shooting into an occupied building.
The standoff happened back in September of 2008 at White's relatives homes in the Hugley community of Chambers County. Chambers County deputies say White was armed with at least 7 shotguns, rifles and handguns in the hour-long standoff on Phillips Road. Chambers County Deputy, Shannon Rollins was the most severely injured. He nearly died after White fired a shotgun slug that pierced the bullet-proof vest of Shannon Rollins – injuring him in the stomach.