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Demarcus Kent found guilty of murder, receives life without parole

Moore was found dead at a Huntsville apartment. Moore was found dead at a Huntsville apartment.
HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -

A jury found Demarcus Kent guilty of capital murder Thursday.

Circuit Judge James Smith sentenced Kent to life in prison without parole for the murder of Monravia Moore.

Moore was found dead at an apartment on Westheimer Drive in Huntsville in 2009. Moore had been shot and was pronounced dead at Huntsville Hospital.

Three other people have been charged in the case.

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