The final two defendants charged in the 2006 shooting death of a Rock Hill convenience store clerk have been convicted for their roles in the crime.
Terrell Addison, 20, and Ben Stewart, 22, were convicted Friday in the death of 69-year-old Ned Marshall, who was killed Oct. 10, 2006, during a robbery at Rock Hill's Little Giant/Celanese BP. Addison was convicted of murder, armed robbery, kidnapping, conspiracy and other charges, while Stewart was convicted on charges including accessory before murder, conspiracy and accessory after murder, deputy solicitor Willy Thompson said.
Addison was sentenced to 40 years in prison. Stewart was sentenced to 30 years, which will run consecutively with an unrelated sentence in Philadelphia from a carjacking conviction, Thompson said.
Addison and Stewart were two of five men charged in the crime but were the only ones to stand trial. The other men accused have pleaded guilty to their roles, including the man who shot Marshall, Dontavious Mack of Hartsville, who was sentenced to life in prison.