(Milwaukee, WI) — One of the three men charged in the shooting of an off-duty Milwaukee police detective last January has been sentenced to five years in jail. Timonte Carroll-Robinson was 17 at the time. W-T-M-J/T-V reports he didn’t shoot the detective, but he admitted to driving the getaway car – which was stolen. He was charged with six counts and pleaded guilty to three. The trial for accused shooter Keasean Ellis-Brown is scheduled to start October 17th in Milwaukee County Circuit Court.