The retrial of a man charged with murder entered its second day today.
Michael Gomillion, charged with the October 2005 killing of Clyde Chaney Jr., 29, could face life in prison if convicted.
Prosecutors said Gomillion intended to shoot LaQuincy Bryant over $21,000 worth of cocaine around 9 p.m. Oct. 22, 2005, at a drug house on 28th Street. Instead, the shot from an alley near the home hit Chaney in the neck while he sat in a chair. Chaney bled to death an hour after the shooting.
This is the second time Gomillion, 36, has sat before a jury on the murder charge. Superior Court Judge Bobby Peters declared a mistrial in his case in December after 10 hours of deliberations.