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|February 21, 2018|
Prison sentences meted out in musician's slaying
SAN BERNARDINO – (INT) – The last of four defendants was sentenced Friday to state prison for slaying of an aspiring hip-hop musician outside a Redlands nightclub.
The shooting of Kevin Decatur occurred outside the now-closed Cancun Bar and Grill nightclub in January 2013 following a verbal altercation. Decatur had performed at the club earlier that evening.
A superior court judge sentenced 27-year-old Anthony Tolbert, of Rubidoux, to 120 years to life in state prison.
A jury found Tolbert, Jamal Duncan and Michael Singh, guilty of murder and street terrorism and found true multiple allegations related to street terrorism and use of a firearm.
Terryl Morris was found guilty of accessory after the fact.
Singh was sentenced earlier to 135 years in prison and Morris to 10 years and 8 months behind bars.
Duncan got 80 years to life.
Story Date: May 21, 2017