DECATUR, Ala. — An Alabama man will serve 10 years in prison after pleading guilty to killing an opponent who was shot to dying over a game of dominoes.
The Decatur Daily reviews SIXTY EIGHT-yr-vintage Sterling Gerome Warren received the sentence Wednesday after pleading accountable to manslaughter within the loss of life of 32-year-vintage Thomas Jerome Bibb Jr. in 2013.
Warren used to be charged with murder but agreed to a plea deal related to a discounted rate as his trial used to be about to start.
Proof confirmed the 2 males were taking part in dominoes at Warren’s home when they got into a dispute over the score. Testimony during a prior hearing showed that the altercation became bodily.
Prosecutor Stacy Adams says Bibb misplaced his lifestyles over 10 points in a sport.