BALTIMORE — Two men have been sentenced after shooting a man on crutches 24 times, eventually killing him.
Raekwon Thornton and Lamont Kyler both received a double life sentence plus 25 years, the first five years without the option of parole.
They were convicted in December 2018 for first-degree murder, conspiracy to murder, using a handgun in a crime of violence, and prohibited possession.
The man who was killed, Tyrone Ray Jr. is the grandson of state lawmaker Talmadge Branch.
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On September 2, 2017, Ray was found lying on the sidewalk in the 4200 block of Nicolas Avenue with 24 gunshot wounds. He was later pronounced dead at a hospital.
Investigators say video footage shows both Thornton and Kyler get out of a white vehicle and try to access a store on Nicolas Ave from the alley, but realize it was a dead end. The men then get back in the car, head towards the storefront and then walk up to Ray who was on crutches at the time.
After a short conversation, the video shows Ray walking away and then coming back to the men. Both men then shoot Ray and then flee in that white car.