Omaha, Nebraska – A man from Omaha has been sentenced to fourteen years in prison for his involvement in a mass shooting during a house party in 2022. Kiwan Dampeer, 26, was one of the shooters at the chaotic event on November 13, 2022. The incident resulted in the death of Karly Wood, 20, and left seven others injured, with two of them later identified as suspects in the shooting.

   Dampeer was found guilty on several charges, including possessing a firearm as a felon, using a firearm during a felony, shooting at a house, and possessing a firearm on school property. Imhotep Davis, another individual involved in the shooting, has been charged with murder, although his case has yet to go to trial.

   During the court proceedings, Dampeer expressed remorse for his actions, taking full responsibility and acknowledging that he should not have associated with negative influences. He appealed for a second chance to become a better father to his children. However, Deputy County Attorney Amy Jacobsen emphasized Dampeer’s repeated opportunities to change his ways and highlighted his continued involvement in criminal activities.

   Following the sentencing, Karly Wood’s mother, Amber, criticized Dampeer’s plea for leniency, emphasizing the loss her family experienced and pointing out Dampeer’s failure to distance himself from criminal influences. Tyvell Lampkin-Davis, another individual linked to the shooting, received a five-year probation sentence for his involvement in concealing a firearm used in the incident and lying about it afterwards.

   All three cases are being overseen by District Court Judge W. Russell Bowie. The tragic events of the mass shooting have left a lasting impact on the community, underscoring the importance of addressing gun violence and holding perpetrators accountable for their actions.

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