MONTGOMERY, Alabama — A totally different crazy train all together.
A man named Ozzy Osbourne has been sentenced to 30 years in prison for a fatal barbershop shooting three years ago, authorities said.
Osbourne, 27, of Montgomery, Alabama, was convicted in May of shooting 30-year-old Rodrekas Ziegler in the neck as he walked into the barbershop on Sept. 11, 2015, prosecutors said.
Last week, a judge sentenced Osbourne to 359 months in prison — or 29 years and 11 months.
“Our community is tired of these senseless murders and it is my hope this conviction and the sentencing will reinforce the message that there are extreme consequences to violent actions,” Montgomery County District Attorney Daryl Bailey said.
Osbourne’s namesake, the former singer of Black Sabbath, couldn’t be reached for comment.