POTTSVILLE, SCHUYLKILL CO, (WOLF) — Attorney General Michelle Henry announced today that 44-year-old Adriell Chambers, of Minersville, was sentenced to 7 1/2 to 20 years in prison for his role in the 2015 murder of Dat Huynh.
In April, Chambers pleaded guilty to third-degree murder and burglary. In addition to his prison sentence, he will serve 20 years of probation for the burglary charge.
An investigation revealed that Chambers and a co-conspirator followed Huynh on the morning of March 2, 2015, before the victim was killed in his girlfriend’s Pottsville home later that day.
Investigators used cellphone data to determine that both Chambers and the co-conspirator were in the area at the time Huynh was shot. The video showed both conspirators were in a vehicle that was at the home when shots were fired. Witnesses also reported seeing two individuals flee in the vehicle after the shooting, according to AG Henry.
Officials say money was stolen from Huynh’s home during the commission of the killing as well.
Thanks to the hard work of the investigators, prosecutors, and our law enforcement partners, Adriell Chambers was brought to justice today for his role in the murder of Dat Huynh. We will work tirelessly to hold those accountable who take innocent lives.