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Author Topic: Man who fatally shot DeKalb auto shop worker sentenced to life in prison  (Read 33 times)

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Grace was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole, plus 15 years, Boston said.

The shooting took place Feb. 27, 2021, at a tire shop on the corner of Moreland Avenue and Memorial Drive in southeast Atlanta, Boston said in Thursday’s announcement. In that area of Atlanta, Moreland Avenue runs along the border between Fulton and DeKalb counties.

According to Boston, Grace drove his car off an embankment at the tire shop and asked Holder and some of his fellow employees for help. As they tried to push the car back onto the pavement, a part fell off Grace’s car and he became angry. After arguing with Holder, Grace shot the tire shop employee in the head.

While the incident was unfolding, police were conducting a traffic stop nearby. After the shooting, Grace left the scene on foot and witnesses ran to alert the officers.



https://www.ajc.com/news/crime/man-who-fatally-shot-dekalb-auto-shop-worker-sentenced-to-life-in-prison/CLAK6IFPGRE3TNDLE6CNVDDWCU/




 :brickwall: SOME folks you just cannot help.  You shoot this dude in the head who was helping you because YOUR raggedy ass car was falling apart? Enjoy your lifetime in OZ!  ::)

 

 

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