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CrimeTennessee man convicted in killing of pawn shop owner

13:10  16 july  2019
13:10  16 july  2019 Source:   msn.com

'I'm Just Picking Up the Pieces' New Triad Bakery Left Trashed After Burglary, Community Rallying Behind Owner

'I'm Just Picking Up the Pieces' New Triad Bakery Left Trashed After Burglary, Community Rallying Behind Owner Ta'Nisha Kimbrough, the proud owner of Ta'Nisha Monique Cupcakes LLC on Liberty Street in Winston-Salem, says she's still "picking up the pieces" after a burglary on Monday that left her new bakery completely trashed. Kimbrough says she got a call around 3:30 in the morning from a cousin saying a stranger was answering her business cellphone, which she left at the shop the night before. She called the number and the stranger explained they had just bought the phone off someone in the street. They said they were willing to return it. The baker met the person in possession of her phone at the gas station across the street from her shop.

(WMC) - A jury convicted a man Saturday for killing a Memphis pawnshop owner in 2013. Hean was working at Lamar Jewelry and Pawn near Lamar Avenue and Airways Boulevard Dec. 13, 2013 when prosecutors say Griffen walked in with a bag over his shoulder and shot Hean twice in the chest.

A Fairfax County jury convicted a Prince George’s County man of second-degree murder and recommended a sentence of 18 years in prison for killing the owner of a Dunkin’ Donuts shop in June 2012, according to his defense attorney. Abir Ali, 21, was arrested last summer for the slaying of

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — A Tennessee man has been sentenced to life in prison for the fatal shooting of a pawn shop owner more than five years ago.

The Shelby County district attorney's office said Monday that 35-year-old Charles Griffen was sentenced by a Criminal Court judge after Griffen was convicted of first-degree murder in the death of 56-year-old Virak Hean.

An obituary says Hean was born in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

Hean's killing in December 2013 was caught on store cameras. Griffen walked into Hean's pawn shop in Memphis with a red bag over his shoulder and shot the owner twice in the chest.

Court documents say Griffen took items from the store and escaped in a waiting car. He was arrested later.

A man charged with being the getaway driver is awaiting trial.

Man convicted for 2nd time of raping, fatally stabbing Lake County bartender sentenced to life in prison.
Man convicted for 2nd time of raping, fatally stabbing Lake County bartender sentenced to life in prison

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