By: KDKA-TV News Staff
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – A man will spend time behind bars in the shooting death of his landlord.READ MORE: 'I Was Terrified:' Woman Recalls Stranger Following Her Car For Miles
This summer Michael Wolf pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter and possessing instruments of crime in the death of Matthew Khoury. A spokesperson with the Allegheny County DA’s office Wolf’s said it was a general plea with no agreement to sentencing.
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Wolf admitted to shooting Khoury at a house on Kincaid Avenue in Garfield in July of 2019. He’d been renting a room in Khoury’s house and the two argued over rent prior to the shooting.
At a hearing on Tuesday before Judge Edward Borkowski, a judge sentenced Wolf to 6 1/2 to 13 years in state prison.MORE NEWS: Mountaineers Become Bowl-Eligible With 34-28 Win Over Kansas
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