Christopher Meadows is wanted in connection to the murder of Tramein Walker in Akron on Dec. 14, 2011.
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AKRON, Ohio - A Summit County jury found an Akron man guilty in the shooting death of his boyhood friend.
The prosecutor’s office said 28-year-old Christopher Meadows was convicted of murder and felonious assault charges.
The judge immediately sentenced Meadows to life in prison. He’ll be eligible for parole in 2027.
According to prosecutors, Meadows got into an argument with Tramein Walker on Roselle Avenue back in December. During the argument, Meadows shot Walker twice – once in the back and once in the leg. Walker later died of his injuries.
Meadows was arrested later that week while wlaking along South Arlington Street near Interstate 77.
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