Omar Gipson pleaded guilty to 2 counts of attempted 2nd degree murder on April 5th, 2007. He was sentenced on May 18th to 70 years in prison. 50 years on one count and 20 years on the other. This is to be served consecutively with no benefit of parole, probation or suspension of the sentence. The sentence was handed down by District Judge Bruce Bolin. Gipson was initially charged with two counts of first-degree murder in connection with the deaths of Yolunda Warren and her 7-year-old daughter Anastasia. The charges were amended in January to two counts of second-degree murder after a judge ruled that Gipson was mentally retarded, thus he could not face the death penalty, which is one of the punishment options in a first-degree murder conviction.