Man gets life in prison for killing co-worker at Detroit barbershop

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Jamar Woodmore

A Plymouth man was sentenced to life in prison for gunning down a co-worker inside a Detroit barber shop.

Jamar Woodmore was convicted of first degree murder for killing Leon Webb inside the Final Kut barbershop on Seven Mile and Littlefield last June.
The victim's family says in addition to working together the two were friends but after getting into a fight at work, Woodmore went to his car, retrieved his gun and then opened fire.

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The victim's sister, spoke during Thursday's hearing.

"He loved everybody," his sister said in court. "He was taught to love regardless of the situation. We were raised to love all people, and because of that, my brother befriended Jamar."

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Woodmore was given a chance to speak before the sentence was handed down. He refused to admit his guilt and called the trial a sham.