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Cleveland murderer killed in his prison cell at thethe Colts jerseys cheap Grafton Correctional Institution during a struggle with his cellmate. Ricky Seyfang, a spokeswoman for the state prison system, said she did not have details on how the death took place. Seyfang would not release the name of the inmate accused of killing Pierce, citing the fact that no one has been charged. She said the felon, who also was from Cuyahoga County, was transported to the Southern Ohio Correctional Facility in Lucasville. She said the Ohio State Highway Patrol, which investigates crimes in prisons, is looking at the case as a homicide. Seyfang said the two men had been sharing a cell since July. "They knew each other well,'' she said. Stephen Evans, the Lorain County coroner, could not be reached for comment. A spokeswoman for the state patrol could not be reached. Pierce's slaying is the fifth in the state's prison system this year. In January, Michael Ferrara was killed at the Ross Correctional. In March, Arturo Lopez was strangled in his cell at the Toledo Correctional Institution. In August, James Oglesby was beaten byby Colts jerseys china an inmate with a baseball bat. In October, Michael Dodson was beaten by his cellmate at the Toledo prison. A jury convicted Pierce in 1990 of aggravated murder and aggravated robbery in CuyahogaCuyahoga cheap Colts jerseys free shipping County Common Pleas Court. A judge sentenced him to life in prison with no possibility of parole for 33 years. He was accused of killing Tim Weybrecht, 34, of Woburn Avenue on Oct. 19, 1989. Prosecutors saidsaid cheap Colts jerseys china at the time that Weybrecht was lured to his death in an alley off West 25th Street near Trowbridge Avenue by Pierce, with whom he had many arguments. The Plain Dealer reported that Weybrecht had been shot once in the back.back. wholesale Colts cheap jerseys A co defendant of Pierce's, Carthel Russell, pleaded guilty to felonious assault and was sentenced to three to 15 years in prison. Pierce, according to prison records, served most of his sentence in prisons in Mansfield, Richland County and Grafton. He spent most of his time mopping floors as a porter, typing as a clerk and washing laundry, according to state prison records.
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