MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - One day after jury selection began on a capital murder trial, the defendant settled.
John Dortch, charged in the murder of Domino's pizza delivery driver Russell Allen, settled for life.
Police believe Dortch, 18-years-old at the time, shot Allen, 21, during an attempted robbery at the Domino's on Dauphin Island Parkway. The crime happened November 4, 2010.
Allen died the next day.
Dortch initially pleaded not guilty to the capital murder and robbery charges.
He will receive a life sentence for felony murder, and two 20 year sentences for second degree robbery.
Federal authorities say an Alabama man has been charged in a slaying at an Army post in southeast Georgia, but officials are releasing few details about the case.
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