Officials say Tamorious Collins and Demetrius Key both plead 'guilty' yesterday (11/8) to a January 25th shooting that left one man dead.
The District Attorney's office says 18-year-old Key, 19-year-old
Collins, and a 16-year-old, Maurice Lewis, were each indicted for felony murder after they killed Juan Gizon-Lopez in a failed robbery attempt.
A judge sentenced Key to 25 years in prison, and Collins will be serving 18 years. Both men are charged with voluntary manslaughter and possession of a firearm.
Officials say Lewis fired his state-appointed attorney and his trial will be rescheduled.
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