St. Louis, MO (KSDK) - A southwest St. Louis man will spend the rest of his life in the Missouri Department of Corrections after he was sentenced in the death of a north St. Louis businessman in 2010.
Terrance Lamont Holley, 38 of the 4400 block of Oakland pleaded guilty in August to participating in the robbing, and subsequent murder of Jolly Rich's Auto Sales proprietor Richard Clouser Senior.
The victim was found bound and shot to death inside his business in the 4600 block of Natural Bridge in November 2010 after Holley and two other men broke in and robbed the victim and his adult son.
Two other men who were arrested and charged in the crime have already entered guilty pleas. 22 year old Demetrius Thomas was sentenced last December to serve twenty years in prison and Jose Logos-Campos was handed a twenty five year tern earlier this summer.