Two Wichita brothers have been sentenced on the same day for their roles in separate homicides.
The Wichita Eagle reports that 23-year-old Steven Louis was sentenced Tuesday to life plus 13 3/4 years. His brother, 25-year-old Caesar Louis, was sentenced to more than 28 years.

Two Wichita brothers have been sentenced on the same day for their roles in separate homicides. The Wichita Eagle reports that 23-year-old Steven Louis was sentenced Tuesday to life plus 13 3/4 years. His brother, 25-year-old Caesar Louis, was sentenced to more than 28 years. Jurors found Steven Louis guilty of first-degree murder and other charges for firing 15 shots during a December 2011 shootout and then firing 18 more at a car and house he thought were occupied by rival gang members. The initial shootout left a fellow 19-year-old gang member dead. Caesar Louis pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and other charges for his role in the August 2012 death of a 35-year-old man whose throat was cut after three men forced their way into his home.