A Michigan couple and their adult son have been sentenced to life in prison for the May 2020 shooting of a store security guard.
security guard, Calvin Munarlinasked the woman’s daughter to wear a face covering before shopping at a local family dollar store.
Sharmell Laché Teague, 45 years old. her husband, Larry Edward Teague, 44; Their son, Ramonia Travon Bishop, 23, was previously convicted of premeditated murder. They will serve life in prison without parole. They were sentenced by Genesee Circuit Court Judge Brian Pickell after a trial that lasted several weeks.
Matthew Smith, the assistant prosecutor in the case, said of the ruling, “I’ve never seen three more people.” According to MLive.
At the time of the fatal incident in 2020, Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer issued an executive order requiring all store employees and customers to wear face coverings due to the surging COVID-19 virus. I issued an order.
Sharmell and her daughter arrived at Family Dollar in North Flint around 1:40 pm on May 1st. Press release From Genesee County Prosecutor David Layton.
Munnelin, 43, did not allow the mother-daughter pair to enter the store because they were violating orders.
When Munerlyn told Sharmel to leave the store and asked the cashier not to serve her, Sharmel allegedly started yelling at security and spitting before driving off.
About 20 minutes later, Sharmell’s husband and son arrived at the store and Bishop shot Munnelin in the back of the head.
Arriving at the scene, police found Munellin “lying on the floor, unconscious and bleeding from the head.” He was taken to a nearby hospital but was pronounced dead.
Layton said in a statement at the time that Monerin was simply doing his job and called the guard’s death “meaningless and tragic.”
Munnelin’s wife used to say, MLive.com He had been working as a security guard for about 30 years, and had worked for Family Dollar for about a year before he was murdered.
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Ah GoFundMe Campaign The launch for the Munerlyn family has raised about $415,000 as of Jan. 18.
The page describes Munerlyn as “A hard working father and husband who lives while securing a place to work and asking all customers to wear masks for the safety of ourselves and others. I dropped it,” he explained.