A Prince George's County jury will soon deliberate the fate of a man charged with killing a northern Virginia community activist.
Deliberations are to begin Tuesday morning in the case of Tyrone Lewis, who faces charges including murder and armed carjacking in the death of Lenny Harris, a community activist from Alexandria.
Harris's body was found at the bottom of a well in Fort Washington in January 2012. A co-defendant, Linwood Johnson, previously pleaded guilty and is scheduled to be sentenced next month.
Closing arguments were delivered Monday afternoon in Prince George's County Circuit Court.
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