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SC judge sentences 3 men to 20 years each in 2012 killing of Clemson University student

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GREENVILLE, South Carolina — Three men have been sentenced to 20 years each in prison for their involvement in the killing of a Clemson University student.

WYFF-TV reported Tuesday (http://bit.ly/1Gle0ti) that 20-year-old Jordan Charles Dalton of Central, 25-year-old Jaron Bradley Dalton of Six Mile and 20-year-old Bernard Kadeen Ramsey of Central each got 20 years.

They had pleaded guilty in May to involuntary manslaughter, first-degree burglary and possession of a weapon during a violent crime.

In September, 19-year-old Lester Devaria Mosley Jr. of Toccoa, Georgia was sentenced to 50 years in prison in the death.

Authorities said 23-year-old Steven Gregory Grich was shot to death in December 2012. He was a junior at the school.

Officials said the men planned to steal drugs from a man in the apartment, but ended up killing Grich.


Information from: WYFF-TV, http://www.wyff4.com/index.html

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