Jail for Kelowna man who shot himself in eye during botched home invasion

A Kelowna man who accidentally shot himself in the eye with a rifle while attempting a home invasion in Glenmore last year was sentenced to five and a half years in jail today. Walter Daryl Spence, 49, was arrested at Kelowna General Hospital 

Walter Daryl Spence, 49, was arrested at Kelowna General Hospital Feb. 17, 2016. One of his eyes was missing and he had a bullet lodged in his brain. Image Credit: Submitted/CrimeStoppers. September 12, 2017 – 3:58 PM. KELOWNA – A Kelowna man

A Kelowna man who shot himself in the face while robbing another man has been sentenced to 5 1/2 years in jail. Walter Spence, 49, was charged with robbery using a prohibited firearm, pointing a firearm, possessing a prohibited firearm with ammunition,

Walter Spence, 49, was sentenced Tuesday to five years for armed robbery and six months for possessing a prohibited weapon. Supreme Court Justice Emily Burke delivered the sentence in Kelowna, Sept. 12 after receiving a joint submission from the Crown

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