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A Missouri Man Texted and Called His Ex-Girlfriend Over 100 Times. Then, He Shot Dead Her New Boyfriend in ‘a Petty Fit of Jealous Rage.’

Missouri Man Sentenced After Fatally Shooting Ex's New Boyfriend
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Missouri man sentenced in connection to murder of his ex's new boyfriend.

Aug. 28 2023, Published 3:03 p.m. ET

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A man in Missouri has been sentenced to life in prison after he fatally shot his ex-girlfriend’s new boyfriend in a “petty fit of jealous rage," authorities said.

On April 20, 2021, 32-year-old Christopher Bolden called and texted his ex-girlfriend over 100 times before driving to her house in St. Louis County, KMOV reported.

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Once at the residence, Bolden shot into a vehicle, killing Antonio Green, who was dating Bolden’s ex-girlfriend and the mother of two of his children, police said.

The suspect's former girlfriend was sitting in the front of the vehicle when Green was fatally shot in the backseat.

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Bolden, already a convicted felon, was found guilty in May for the murder, and on Aug. 25, he was sentenced to life plus 15 years in prison.

St. Louis Prosecuting Attorney Wesley Bell told KMOV, ”With this sentence, we have held this individual accountable for taking Antonio Green’s life in a petty fit of jealous rage…The family of Antonio Green, who observed the trial, has our most heartfelt condolences.”

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