Three individuals who pleaded guilty to the murder of a Wal-Mart cashier have been sentenced for the crime.

North Haverhill, N.H. ( – Three friends who pleaded guilty to murdering a Wal-Mart cashier with a developmental disability have been sentenced for their crimes. As reported by the Associated Press (AP), the three were sentenced to extended prison terms Monday for the murder of 25-year-old Christopher Gray last year.

As noted by the AP, Timothy Smith and Anthony Howe received 40 years to life, while Amber Talbot was given 25 to 50 years for their roles in Gray’s death. The three allegedly organized the murder after Gray expressed a romantic interest in Talbot, and her boyfriend Michael Robie found out. Robie, who was incarcerated while planning the attack, is still waiting to be sentenced for his part in the crime. – The latest in Legal News