Prosecutors said that on
Phipps refused and after a struggle for the weapon Evans pointed the gun directly at the man. As Phipps tried to flee, Evans took the gun and shot Evans in the back. Evans then fire several shots at witnesses and drove away in his vehicle, leaving Jackson behind, prosecutors said.
Jackson then fled in the the Phipps car but was caught a short time later.
Prosecutors said Evans painted his car within a week and hid. He was arrested and charged with the murder in July of the same year.
At trial, Jackson testified against Evans and received a 21 year prison sentence for his roll in incident.
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