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December 19, 2013 9:55 AM

Police: Heated argument over drugs may have fueled Winston Road homicide

Raymond Leon Richmond and Terrell Screw's relationship ended with a shouting match. Tensions had been rising between the two men days before he was found fatally shot outside of an apartment on Winston Road on Nov. 8. A key factor in the quarrels may have been drugs, detectives said during a Thursday morning Recorder's Court hearing on 27-year-old Richmond's murder charge.

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