ALLENTOWN, Pa. - Two men will spend at least a decade behind bars for their roles in the killing of a teenager in Allentown nearly four years ago.
Joshua Livingston was sentenced Friday to 16 to 32 years in state prison; Tyrieff Hart received a sentence of 10 to 25 years behind bars.
Livingston and Hart fatally shot Charles Bryant in the 900 block of Oak Street in Allentown shortly before midnight on August 5, 2013.
At the time of his arrest in March 2017, Livingston was serving a sentence of two to five years in state prison for an offense that occurred in 2014; Hart was in the Lehigh County Jail on unrelated charges for an incident in November 2016.
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