An Omaha man who was convicted of murder could spend the rest of his life behind bars.
Judge Russell Bowie sentenced 18-year-old Daion Williams to 70-80 years on Wednesday. Williams was 17 when he committed the murder in November 2011. Prosecutors say the crime was motivated by a love triangle involving a young woman.
Twenty-year-old Bryant Morgan was murdered minutes after volunteering his time as a Salvation Army bell ringer.