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CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- A Charlotte man charged with second-degree murder and robbery with a dangerous weapon entered a guilty plea and received sentencing in the 2012 death of a restaurant employee.

Kendrick Tabb, 25, was sentenced to 125 to 162 months in prison for the shooting death of 52-year-old Edward Rosen.

Rosen, an employee of the Fast-Wok restaurant on East WTHarris Boulevard, was shot during the course of an armed robbery of the restaurant in January 2012.

According to the Mecklenburg County District Attorney's Office, Tabb's co-defendent, Briley Belk, who they say pulled the trigger, has already pled guilty, and is awaiting sentencing.


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