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QUESTION: Did Darrel Miller and Torrey Adams ever get sentenced for the murder they committed on Mack Road? Submitted by: Papajoe, Sacramento
ANSWER: Separate juries in June convicted Darrell Miller and Torrey Levarr Adams of second-degree murder in the Dec. 20, 2010 drive-by shooting death of 20-year-old Antonne Nelms.
The Nelms shooting on Mack Road occurred six days after the highly publicized shootout at Fly Cuts and Styles barbershop on Stockton Boulevard in which a young mother was killed as she shielded her 2-year-old son. Miller was one of five men in the barbershop who were wounded that day.
According to a story in The Bee, Miller was just out of the hospital when he, Adams, and a third man, Tyvone G. Allen, were traveling on Mack Road about 3 p.m. and Miller spotted someone who had injured him in a fight a year earlier.
Adams, who was driving, stopped the car and bac
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