Killer Who Dumped Fish Store Owner in Flower Mound Woods Gets 45 Years

A 25-year-old vape store owner was sentenced to 45 years in prison for killing the owner of a neighboring business during a burglary in Carrollton. Andrew Steven Gibson pleaded guilty to murder, criminal mischief and two counts of tampering with or fabricating physical evidence in the March 2016 death of 37-year-old Alfred Armour Jr. Gibson was originally charged with capital murder but pleaded guilty to the lesser charges. Armour was shot after her interrupted a burglary at Dynamic Reef Systems, his aquarium and fish store on Lemay Drive, Carrollton police said. His body was found in a wooded area in Flower Mound. Gibson was arrested at his vaping business, Vaporkick, around the corner from Dynamic Reef Systems. In the days before the shooting, Armour's store had been burglarized, according to KDFW-TV (Fox 4).   Continue reading...

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