SACRAMENTO, CA - A man convicted of killing his grandfather was sentenced to prison Friday.
Arondrei Abel-Bey, 34, was sentenced to 26 years to life in prison by a Sacramento County judge, Sacramento County District Attorney's spokesperson Shelly Orio said.
Abel-Bey was convicted by a jury last month for the first degree murder of his 83-year-old grandfather Isaac Williams in mid-January 2011.
According to Sacramento police, the two got into an argument when Abel-Bey fatally stabbed Williams. Police said Williams suffered stab wounds to his upper body.
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During the trial, Abel-Bey testified he was high on meth when he strangled and used a floor creeper and a flat head screwdriver to kill Williams, Orio said.