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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – A teen has pleaded guilty to opening fire in a Miami club injuring more than a dozen people as they ran for cover.

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On Wednesday, 18-year old Will Campbell was sentenced to a year in prison, probation and ordered to pay court costs, according to CBS4 news partner The Miami Herald.

The shooting happened in October, 2014, at a club called The Spot. Witnesses told detectives that Campbell was the shooter, which he initially denied. He then admitted to detectives he was under the influence, saying he drank “Grey goose, Remy, Hennessey [and] Patron,” according to the police report. He also reportedly admitted to smoking marijuana that night.

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Of the 15 people hit, one boy was shot five times in the stomach. Investigators believe Campbell shot him after his acquaintance, Jamiroquai Young, also known as Choch, pointed the victim out after getting in a fight with him a few days prior at Norland Senior High.

Campbell had been charged with 15 counts of attempted murder.

Young was charged with multiple counts of accessory after the fact.

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CBS4 news partner The Miami Herald contributed to this report.