MEMPHIS, TN (abc24.com) - It's life in prison for two men, found guilty in the 2009 execution-style murder of a man in south Memphis.
A jury found both Charles Hampton and DeAnthony Perry guilty of First Degree Murder for the October 2009 death of 21-year-old Anthony Jones.
Police say Hampton and Perry, both 17 at the time, shot and killed Jones in front of a home on the 1500-block of Cameron Street. The murder stemmed from a dispute between the three, all of whom were members of the Grape Street Crips Gang.
Charles Hampton and DeAnthony Perry were both sentenced to life in prison. They must serve 51 years of their sentence before they are eligible for parole.