Syracuse man pleads guilty to shooting Tom Dotterer in the eye

A Syracuse man has pleaded guilty for shooting Christian Brothers Academy baseball coach Tom Dotterer in the eye during a liquor-store robbery on the city's North Side.

Delvon Harley pleaded guilty in Onondaga County Court on Thursday. According to the Onondaga County District Attorney's Office, the judge indicated Harley could spend 20 years in prison.

Harley admits he shot Dotterer in the eye at Syracuse Wine and Spirits, which Dotterer owns.

Two other men, Deoz Miller-Harris and Shireef Williams are already serving time in prison for robbing two women on Taft Avenue in Syracuse in January. Dotterer was shot about an hour after that robbery. Miller-Harris was sentenced to 8 years in prison. Williams was sentenced to 16 years in prison.