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Man sentenced 14 years for 2022 Paris Road gas station shooting, files appeal

Terrance Johnson
Boone County Sheriff's Office
Terrance Johnson


A Columbia man who was found guilty in March of a 2022 gas station shooting on Paris Road in Columbia was sentenced on Monday.

Terrance Andra Johnson, 29, was found guilty on March 6 of first-degree assault, shooting a gun at a motor vehicle/person, unlawful use of a weapon and armed criminal action. He is being held at the Boone County Jail. He was sentenced on Monday to 14 years in prison.

An appeal for Johnson was filed on Tuesday in the Western District Court of Missouri.

According to previous reporting, another person, Jasmine B. Bell, was charged with first-degree assault in relation to the incident. She has a hearing scheduled for 9 a.m. Monday at the Boone County Courthouse.

A probable cause statement filed in Bell's case names the victim with the initials C.W. The statement, relying on surveillance video, says C.W. was in a red car and Johnson was in a white SUV. The two got into an argument after the red car backed up to pull beside the SUV, the statement says.

C.W. got out and back into the car, which drove a short distance away, the statement says. Johnson then got out of the SUV with a rifle and shot several times at the red car, according to the statement

Police determined Bell was with Johnson after seeing her get out of the vehicle on surveillance video at Johnson's apartment, according to the statement. Johnson was arrested in January 2023 in St. Louis.

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