Camden Man Sentenced for his Part in 2018 Dover Murder

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A Camden man has been sentenced to prison after pleading guilty to his part in a Dover murder after a house party in May of 2018.  Officials say 20 year old Eugene Riley of Camden and 21 year old Ahmir Bailey of Lincoln were arguing with 20 year old Jameir Vann-Robinson of Smyrna as he and a friend left the party.  Riley and Bailey both fired several shots at Vann-Robinson – with Bailey hitting Vann-Robinson in the back.  Riley pleaded guilty to 2nd degree murder and was sentenced to 15 years in prison, followed by work release and probation.  Bailey was convicted of 1st degree murder, weapons and other offenses in October of 2018 and faces life in prison – he will be sentenced in January. 

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