Henry Bluford gets 20-year sentence in killing of Tremaine Gibson, Chicago bank teller
April 17, 2013 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- The second of three men convicted in the fatal shooting of a bank teller has reached a plea agreement.
Henry Bluford will spend 20 years behind bars for his part in the death of Tremaine Gibson.
Gibson was killed during the 2007 bank robbery of the Illinois Service Federal Savings and Loan branch in the 8700-block of South King Drive in the Chatham community.
Alton Marshall will be sentenced next week.
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