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Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2012, 11:00 a.m.
 

An Allegheny County judge on Wednesday sentenced two men to life in prison for the shooting death of a man in the parking lot of a Penn Hills apartment complex.

Common Pleas Judge Beth Lazzara tacked on an additional 48 12 to 97 years to the life sentences of Matthew Ebo, 27, of Homewood and Thaddeus Crumbley, 33, of Turtle Creek for the May 2011 shooting at the Leechburg Garden Apartment Complex.

An Allegheny County jury in April found them guilty of first degree murder, robbery and weapons charges.

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