Guilty verdict in dice game death | Crime
ELMORE CO., AL (WSFA) - The second man named as a suspect in a December 2011 homicide that happened during a dice game has been convicted of murder.
An Elmore County Jury today convicted Robert Griffin in connection with the December 2011 shooting death of 31-year-old Quinton Thomas.
Authorities say the shooting stemmed from an argument over dice game money the victim allegedly owed to another suspect, 28-year-old Kelvin Mitchell of Wetumpka.
Court records show Mitchell already pleaded guilty in connection with Thomas' death.
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