Man gets life term in Philly-area home invasion abduction slaying; 3 others also convicted

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NORRISTOWN, Pennsylvania — A man has been sentenced to life in prison without possibility of parole in the slaying of a man abducted from his Philadelphia-area home and shot in the back as he tried to flee from the kidnappers' car.

The (Pottstown) Mercury ( ) reports that 28-year-old Omar Miller of Philadelphia said nothing as the life term was imposed Monday in Montgomery County Court.

A jury convicted Miller of second-degree murder in April in the May 2013 murder of 19-year-old Kareem Ali Borowy of West Pottsgrove.

Twenty-six-year-old Andre Collier was convicted of first-degree murder and 33-year-old Charles Freeman of second-degree murder. Both also face life terms.

Twenty-one-year-old Rasheed Teel of Philadelphia earlier pleaded guilty to third-degree murder and testified for the prosecution, identifying Collier as the man who shot the victim.

Information from: The Mercury,

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