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Thursday, 20 September 2012

Man admits killing fellow gang member in Allentown bar

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An Allentown man admitted Tuesday to gunning down a fellow Bloods gang member at an Allentown sports bar in April 2010 after saying he wanted out of the gang. Marc Anthony Arnold, 21, pleaded guilty to an open count of homicide. Lehigh County Judge James T. Anthony immediately began a nonjury trial to determine the degree of murder. The trial is expected to end next week. If Arnold is found guilty of first-degree murder, he would have to spend the rest of his life in prison without the possibility of parole. Lesser convictions would allow him to one day be paroled.

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