A Pine Bluff man accused of being involved in a shooting at a nightclub was sentenced to prison Tuesday after he was found guilty by a circuit court jury.

A Pine Bluff man accused of being involved in a shooting at a nightclub was sentenced to prison Tuesday after he was found guilty by a circuit court jury.

Maurice Cosen, 36, had been charged with four counts of aggravated assault and two counts of committing a terroristic act that resulted from a shooting on the parking lot of the Three Gables on March 19, 2011.

Deputy Prosecutor Jill Reed said the jury found Cosen guilty of two counts of aggravated assault and two counts of committing a terroristic act after deliberating for about an hour and-a-half Monday night.

After deliberating for an hour in the penalty phase, the jury was sent home and returned Tuesday morning where they spent 30 minutes before deciding on a sentence.

Following the jurys decision, Circuit Judge Jodi Raines Dennis sentenced Cosen to 15 years in prison on each of the two counts of aggravated assault and five years each on the two counts of terroristic act, with the sentences to run concurrently, or at the same time.

According to police reports and trial testimony, one of the victims, Dwight Price, told officers he and three other people were getting in a car to leave the club when Cosen walked up to the car and fired shots at the vehicle.

Reed said police crime scene technicians recovered five shell casings from the parking lot and the car had holes in the drivers side door and the side of the hood.

Before the shooting, Cosen reportedly walked up to the car and told Price Im tired of your brothers, according to a police report of the incident.

The report also indicated Price said the shooting was the result of an on-going feud between Cosen and members of the Price family.

Cosen left the scene in a white Monte Carlo after the shooting and was taken into custody several days later, police said.

The shooting at the club was one of several that were reported last year, including one that involved a homicide, and resulted in the Arkansas Alcoholic Beverage Control Board initially suspending the license of the club, then after a hearing, placing the club on probation.

Reed and Prosecuting Attorney S. Kyle Hunter represented the state during the trial while attorney Robert Morehead represented Cosen, who Reed said had multiple prior felony convictions.

Cosen will have to serve one-third of his sentence before being eligible to apply for parole but could reduce that to one-sixth if he receives the maximum amount of good time he would be eligible for.