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Anthony Grampsas

Tyjuan Bruce
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The sentencing hearing for a man convicted of murder in the death of Egerton Dover was postponed Thursday after he asked for a hearing on claims that he received ineffective legal help from his lawyers.

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A Decatur man has been sentenced to 45 years in prison for his part in the 2018 murder of a 20-year-old Bloomington man.

Tyjuan Bruce
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Prosecutors on Tuesday won their second murder conviction stemming from a botched 2018 drug robbery on Bloomington’s west side.

Tyjuan and his attorneys
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Tyjuan Bruce played a critical role in the death of a Bloomington man by plotting the drug-related robbery that led to the victim’s death, a prosecutor said Monday in closing arguments in Bruce’s murder trial.

Tyjuan and his attorneys
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UPDATED 5:55 p.m. | Evidence collected from shooting victim Egerton Dover’s home and the car that brought three alleged assailaints to his apartment lacked any link to Tyjuan Bruce, according to testimony Wednesday at Bruce’s murder trial.

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Jury selection is scheduled to begin Monday for one of three Decatur men linked to the December 2018 shooting death of Egerton Dover in Bloomington.

Grampsas sits in court
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Anthony Grampsas was convicted of murder Thursday in the December 2018 shooting death of Egerton Dover in Bloomington.

Grampsas sits in court
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Jurors opened their deliberations late Wednesday into murder charges against Anthony Grampsas in the December 2018 shooting death of Egerton Dover.

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UPDATED 4:30 p.m. | The bloody crime scene where Egerton Dover died showed evidence of multiple gunshots before first responders found his body on the kitchen floor of his west Bloomington apartment.

Grampsas sits in court
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Prosecutors opened their murder case Tuesday against Anthony Grampsas by telling jurors he was the driver—not the shooter—in a hastily planned drug robbery on Bloomington’s west side.