Gamble Sentenced

By Katie Weber | 

A Louisville man convicted of killing a former Western Kentucky University student, now faces 90 years in prison.
Gary Gamble received 50 years for the shooting murder of 21-year-old James Corey Webster of Owensboro.
Gamble faces the other 40 years of his sentence for burglary and being a persistent felony offender.
Gamble and Charles Morse were charged with killing Webster, after he was found shot to death outside his home in Willow Creek Apartments in November of 2003.
Morse has already confessed to the crime and testified at Gamble's sentencing trial today.