KC man convicted in 2016 fatal shooting at convenience store - KCTV5 News

KC man convicted in 2016 fatal shooting at convenience store

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Terrance Blanks. (KCTV) Terrance Blanks. (KCTV)
JACKSON COUNTY, MO (KCTV) -

On Friday, a Jackson County jury convicted Terrance Blanks of murder in the fatal shooting that happened in 2016 at a convenience store.

Blanks, 31, was convicted of second-degree murder and armed criminal action.

The jury recommended a sentence of 20 years for the murder conviction and 10 years for the armed criminal action conviction.

Blanks will be sentenced on March 30.

Rocky Bradley was fatally shot on Aug. 24, 2016 in the parking lot of a Kansas City convenience store.

According to court documents, Bradley and Blanks had a confrontation inside the gas station.

Surveillance video showed Bradley leaving the store first. A witness told police she saw Bradley get into his truck and grab a handgun from his vehicle.

She said Blanks left the business with a handgun and shot at Bradley as he sat in his truck.

Bradley got out of the vehicle, the two exchanged gunfire, and then Blanks ran to his car and left the scene.

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