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Teenager pleads guilty in Charleston shooting death

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — A teenager pleaded guilty Monday to an October 2018 shooting death on Charleston’s West Side.

Gregory Tyler White

Gregory Tyler White, 18, of Charleston, who was originally charged as a juvenile, pleaded guilty to second degree murder in the shooting death of Michael Camacho.

White admitted to Kanawha County Circuit Judge Charles King that he was arguing with Camacho at the West Washington Street Go-Mart on Oct. 25, 2018, and shot him multiple times. The two were arguing over $2.00.

White, whose case was transferred to adult status, faces 10 to 40 years in prison at his Sept. 24 sentencing.

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