Man sen­tenced to 80 years for mur­der in Rosedale

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Telly Wil­liams, 32, was sen­tenced to 80 years for the mur­der of a man in Rosedale, the Bal­ti­more County State’s At­tor­ney an­nounced on Tues­day, Fe­bru­ary 7.

On Jan­uary 25, 2015 Telly Wil­liams and two oth­ers en­tered a room at the Re­gal Inn on Pu­laski High­way in Rosedale. At that time, Wil­liams pro­duced a hand­gun to rob Aaron Bur­rell dur­ing a tar­geted at­tack. Wil­liams and his as­so­ciates tied up Bur­rell and another vic­tim. Bur­rell’s hands and feet were tied to­gether and some of his cloth­ing was re­moved. Af­ter the rob­bery was com­pleted, Wil­liams then ap­proached Bur­rell and shot him at close range into his fore­head. He later died as a re­sult of the gun­shot af­ter be­ing trans­ported to Johns Hop­kins Hos­pi­tal.

Wil­liams had pleaded guilty to the charge of first-de­gree mur­der in April of 2016.

Wil­liams’ one ac­com­plice C’Aun­tay Di­aquon Par­nell, 23, also pleaded guilty to first-de­gree mur­der and will be sen­tenced in May. The sec­ond ac­com­plice, Nathaniel A. McKnight, 35, will go to trail in April.

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