On Tuesday, Wesley Correa-Carmenaty 24, pled guilty to 12 charges stemming from shooting and killing Pottawattamie County Deputy Mark Burbridge in May.
On May 19,
Correa-Carmenaty had previously filed a not guilty plea.
In Iowa, first-degree murder carries a mandatory life in prison sentence. Pottawattamie County attorney Matthew Wilber additionally sentenced Correa-Carmenaty anywhere between five to 25 years for the other charges to ensure he served life in prison, calling him "an extreme threat to society."