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Woman found guilty of murder in March shooting sentenced to 21 years

Krystal Wandick sentenced to 21 years
Posted at 4:53 PM, Dec 20, 2017
and last updated 2018-01-31 14:00:14-05

(UPDATE 01/31/18 10:58 a.m.) Krystal Wandick has been sentenced to 21 years for shooting a man to death in south Bakersfield last March.


The woman charged with shooting a man to death in south Bakersfield in March was convicted of murder this week.

Krystal Wandick was also found guilty on an assault with a firearm charge. Investigators said Wandick shot Albert Luis King in the chest at a small party on Gordon Street near the corner of White Lane and South Union. 

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King, 31, was then taken to a nearby fire department on White Lane where he died.

Wandick is expected to be sentenced in January.