Konrad Schafer was fifteen years old when he murdered two men. According to court documents Konrad Schafer was riding in a car when he pulled out a gun and fatally shot a seventeen year old leaving work. Konrad would then participate in a violent home invasion where the home owner was beaten and then had his throat slit by Schafer. This teen killer would be convicted and sentenced to two life in prison without parole sentences
Konrad Schafer 2021 Information
|Name:||SCHAFER, KONRAD H|
|Initial Receipt Date:||04/20/2016|
|Current Facility:||HOLMES C.I.|
|Current Release Date:||SENTENCED TO LIFE|
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Konrad Schafer, who at 15 years old shot two people to death as part of a two-week shooting spree that had much of Osceola County on edge during the summer of 2013, pleaded guilty to two counts of first-degree murder Friday at the Osceola County Courthouse.
Schafer, now 18, will be sentenced in those cases on April 15 at 9 a.m. As part of the plea deal, the state will not prosecute the teen on other charges that include armed burglary, shooting a firearm at or within buildings and criminal mischief.
According to State Attorney Jeff Ashton, who is prosecuting the case himself, state guidelines say Schafer could get up to life in prison on each charge, but would serve a minimum of 15 years in the Roopnarine case and 40 years in the Guerrero case.
Police arrested Schafer and three other co-conspirators in July 2013 for the June 25 shooting of 17-year-old David Guerrero along Central Avenue in Kissimmee and the July 3 death of Eric Roopnarine in his Poinciana home. In between those two incidents, several homes across the county were shot at or into. Schafer was linked to those as well when ballistics evidence
provided by the Kissimmee Police Department and Osceola County Sheriff’s Office said the shots came from a .45-caliber Carbine-action rifle Schafer’s father, Lothar, purchased days before the first shooting.
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