Chesapeake man faces 16 years in jail in attempted capital murder case

Credit: Chesapeake Police Department

CHESAPEAKE, Va. (WAVY) — A Chesapeake man is facing more than 16 years in prison for several charges related to a 2015 attempted capital murder case.

Court records shows Jason Carter pleaded guilty to six total charges on Thursday, including attempted capital murder, abduction and assault and battery of a law enforcement officer.

He was sentenced to 50 years total, and had 33 years and six months of it suspended.

Police arrested Carter in 2015 after they investigated a robbery at the Blu Frog Bar and Grill.

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