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The person who fatally shot Kenny Hill in Yonkers two summers in the past has been sentenced to 50 years in state jail. 

Dontae Diploma, a 31-yr-previous Elmsford man, was discovered responsible by a jury in February of firing a number of photographs into a parked automotive on Morningside Avenue in Yonkers on Aug. 25, 2015, District Lawyer Anthony Scarpino stated. 

Hill, who was within the passenger seat, was shot within the head, neck and spinal twine, Scarpino stated. The person within the driver’s seat was shot within the head, shoulder and again however survived after emergency surgical procedure at Jacobi Medical Middle, in response to the district lawyer. 

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The jury found Degree guilty of second-degree murder, second-degree attempted murder, first-degree assault and second-degree criminal possession of a weapon, all felonies. 

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