MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A Memphis man has been convicted of killing his grandson in April 2014 in an argument over a steak.

The Commercial Appeal ( ) reports 65-year-old Harold Gray of Frayser was convicted last week of reckless homicide in Shelby County Criminal Court.

According to court records, Gray got into an argument with 31-year-old Anthony Morris about Morris looking at a steak in his refrigerator. Gray then stabbed Morris with a kitchen knife.

Sentencing is scheduled for Nov. 4.

Information from: The Commercial Appeal,

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