Alabama man found guilty for 2016 murder

An Alabama man was found guilty of first-degree murder by a Monroe County jury for a murder in 2016 on Wednesday.

Posted: Oct. 10, 2018 7:54 PM
Updated: Oct. 10, 2018 7:54 PM

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and that breaking news is out of monroe county... an alabama man will now serve life in jail after he is found guilty in a murder trial in a death that took place over 2 years ago wtva's evan hensley has been at the trial all day and joins us live in aberdeen with an update.. thank you, just moments ago stanley pace was found guilty of 1st degree murder this, in the january 20-16 death of ronnie duke that will now have pace behind bars for life sheriff cecil cantrell says pace stabbed duke with a civil war replica sword more than 18 times. we're told the two had been drinking and fighting at pace's home and that pace chased duke down the street with the sword duke's body was found at a dump near hatley three days after he was killed. emotions were high for those in attendance of the verdict today, dukes sister tammy was brought to tears hear what she told me in an exclusive interview later on wtva 9 news at 10 live in aberdeen, evan hensley, w- t-v-a nine
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