Gainesville Man Guilty of Second Degree Murder
It is a guilty verdict for a Gainesville man accused of killing a co-worker in March 2008.
The jury found Corey Pryor guilty of second degree murder. The judge handed down two life sentences and an additional 25 years for tampering with evidence. Police say on March 18, 2008, pryor and Vearl Ingram arrived at the Madison Pointe apartment complex and the two men began to argue about money. A witness says he saw pyror shoot Ingram. Pryor called Bruce Davis to help him dispose of the body. It was found three days later in Levy County. Pryor now faces the potential of life in prison.
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