Man gets at least 21 years in tow-truck driver's death - WNCT

Man gets at least 21 years in tow-truck driver's death

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GREENVILLE, N.C. - A Greenville man is facing at least 21 years in prison after pleading guilty Tuesday to second degree murder.

26-year-old Eric Holloway entered the plea Tuesday afternoon in the Pitt County courthouse. He's convicted in the 2010 shooting death of tow-truck driver, Walter Malloy Sr.

A judge sentenced Holloway to no less than 258 -319 months in prison for the crime.
    
Holloway shot Malloy outside Malloy's family-owned business, Clay's Wrecker Service.
    
Witness accounts on the 911 tapes identified Holloway's red and white Buick as the car seen speeding away from the scene.

Stay with 9 On Your Side for more details in this developing story.

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