Man Could Get 140 Years in Activist's Murder - NBC4 Washington

Man Could Get 140 Years in Activist's Murder



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    A 27-year-old man could face up to 140 years behind bars for his role in the 2011 murder of a well-known community activist.

    Alexandria, Va. resident Lenwood Harris was found dead inside a well near an abandoned Fort Washington, Md. home in January 2012. A few months earlier, three men had kidnapped and robbed him, then shot him and dumped his body inside a well. Police didn't find the body until they received an anonymous phone call last year.

    Tyrone Lewis, 27, was convicted Tuesday of first-degree murder in the case, as well as kidnapping, robbery and use of a handgun in a crime.

    His co-defendents, Linwood Johnson and Ivan Newman were also convicted and are awaiting sentencing.